System design for a wide‐color‐gamut TV‐sized AMOLED display

@article{Hamer2008SystemDF,
  title={System design for a wide‐color‐gamut TV‐sized AMOLED display},
  author={John Hamer and A. D. Arnold and Michael Boroson and Masahiro Itoh and Tukaram K. Hatwar and Margaret Jones Helber and Koichi Miwa and Charles I. Levey and Michael Long and John E. Ludwicki and David C. Scheirer and Jeffrey P. Spindler and Steven A. Slyke},
  journal={Journal of the Society for Information Display},
  year={2008},
  volume={16}
}
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