Training-Based Descreening

@article{Siddiqui2007TrainingBasedD,
  title={Training-Based Descreening},
  author={Hasib Siddiqui and Charles A. Bouman},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Image Processing},
  year={2007},
  volume={16},
  pages={789-802}
}
Conventional halftoning methods employed in electrophotographic printers tend to produce Moireacute artifacts when used for printing images scanned from printed material, such as books and magazines. We present a novel approach for descreening color scanned documents aimed at providing an efficient solution to the Moireacute problem in practical imaging devices, including copiers and multifunction printers. The algorithm works by combining two nonlinear image-processing techniques, resolution… CONTINUE READING

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