Digital halftoning technique using a blue-noise mask

  title={Digital halftoning technique using a blue-noise mask},
  author={T. Mitsa and J....},
A novel digital halftoning technique, by which the halftoning is achieved by a pixelwise comparison of the grayscale image to an array (halftone screen), the blue-noise mask, is presented. This mask is designed so that the halftone image has blue-noise (high-frequency) characteristics in the frequency domain. The algorithm for the construction of the blue-noise mask and an algorithm for the construction of binary patterns with the same first-order but different second-order statistics are… CONTINUE READING
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