Edward E. Rippetoe

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Electrophotographic (EP) print banding, jitter, and ghosting artifacts are common sources of print quality degradation. Traditionally, the characterization of banding and jitter artifacts relies mainly on the assumption that the defect has either a horizontal or vertical orientation which permits the simple 1-D analysis of the defect profile. However, this(More)
Electrophotographic (EP) printer banding and jitter defects are main sources of print quality degradation. Traditionally, the characterization of these defects relies mainly on the assumption that the defect has either horizontal or vertical orientation to permit the simple ID analysis of the defect profile. However, this assumption can easily be violated(More)
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