Linear Pixel Shuffling (LPS) is a novel order for image pixel processing which provides opportunities for construction of dot placement algorithms for high-resolution printers through micro-clumping and the formation of pseudo clustered dots. We present the details of LPS, how to program using it, several of its properties and applications, especially for electrophotographic (EP) imaging.
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Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science (COS)
Anderson, Peter; Arney, Jonathan; and Ayer, Kevin, "Linear pixel shuffling (I): new paradigms for new printers" (2000). Accessed from
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