Listed below are some of the Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science's recent scholarly works.

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Documents from 1990

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An Interferometric method for evaluating holographic materials, Roger C. Sumner

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A quantitative analysis of a self-emitting thermal IR scene simulation system, James S. Warnick

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Chemical sensitization of tabular-grain emulsions in the presence of sensitizing dye, Weide Victor Yang

Documents from 1989

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Comparison of four digital halftone screen (dither) patterns using quantitative analysis of the binary image microstructure, Jacquelyn S. Ellinwood

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Pixel-by-pixel reduction of atmospheric haze effects in multispectral digital imagery of water, John W. Francis

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Use of an incorparated hardening develpoer to produce a phase modulated hologram in a silver halide material, Geoffrey B. Gretton

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A Shift variant filter applied to edge trace analysis, David C. Johnson

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An Investigation of electrophoresis gel silver staining using large area sample inclusive polymerization, Lloyd C. Litt

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Implementation of a research goniospectrophotometer for appearance research, R. Mitchell Miller

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Fourier image synthesis and slope spectrum analysis of deepwater, wind-wave scenes viewed at Brewster's angle, Jan Arthur North

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An Investigation of new methods to improve the accuracy of modern color spectrophotometers, Kelvin H. Petersen

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Visual determination of color differences using probit analysis: Phase II, Lisa Reniff

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Selection and analysis of optimal textural features for accurate classification of monochrome digitized image data, Denis J. Robert

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Optically transparent IR reflective heat mirror films of ZNS-AG-ZNS, Bruce W. Smith

Documents from 1988

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Comparison between edge tracing and slit tracing in the measurement of the OTF, J. S. Perron

Documents from 1987

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A study of color image quality with respect to screen angle arrangement in multicolor halftone printing, Ted (Te-Chung) Chen

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Investigation of the accuracy of array radiometry for measuring pulsed radiation sources, K.W. Farrell

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A study of the brain's transfer function for edge perception, Charles G. Fink

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Land cover classification of landsat thematic mapper images using pseudo invariant feature normalization applied to change detection, Tim Hawes

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The optical spread functions and noise characteristics of selected paper substrates measured in typical reflection optical system configurations, Janet L. Kofender

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The prediction of edge raggedness via a single-channel filter model of the visual system, Michael G. Mannix

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Factors influencing the rate of sensitization and maximum sensitivity of an iridium (III) surface sensitized silver bromide emulsion, Nimrod Natan

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Study of the graininess models using the Macintosh computer, Apiwat Nutavej

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Effects of chromatic surrounds on the perceived color balance of reflection prints, David R. Odgers

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Automated segmentation of urban features from landsat thematic mapper imagery for use in pseudoinvariant feature temporal image normalization, Carl Salvaggio

Documents from 1986

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A study of the application of paper spread function data to the prediction of physical dot areas for offset lithography, Paul Lewis

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An exploration of triarylmethane leucohydroxides, Mahin Sadrai

Documents from 1985

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A Study of mutispectral temporal scene normalization using pseudo-invariant features, applied to Landsat TM imagery, William Volchok

Documents from 1984

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An investigation into the penumbral dose of a bloxel, (block element) matrix-design block to replace currently utilized radiation treatment field shaping techniques, Theresa Ciccone

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The Application of the Conjugate Gradient Method to the Solution of Transient Electromagnetic Scattering from Thin Wires, Sadasiva M. Rao, Tapan K. Sarkar, and Sohail A. Dianat

Documents from 1966

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A colorimetric determination of the decay in an observer's color sensation due to adaptation, Gary Zeff