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A Model for Colour Prediction of Halftoned Samples Incorporating Light Scattering and Ink Spreading

P. Emmel, R.D. Hersch

Proc. IS&T/SID 7th Color Imaging Conference: Color Science, Systems and Applications, 1999, pp. 173-181

This study introduces new models and mathematical formulations describing the light scattering and ink spreading phenomena. Based on these new theoretical tools, the spectra of 100 real paper samples produced by two ink-jet printers were computed with an average prediction error of about dE=2.1 in CIELAB.

Keywords: spectral colour prediction, light scattering, ink spreading, halftones, ink-jet printing.

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