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Linear color-separable human visual system models for vector error diffusion halftoning

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3 Author(s)
Monga, V. ; Center for Perceptual Syst., Univ. of Texas, Austin, TX, USA ; Geisler, W.S., III ; Evans, B.L.

Image halftoning converts a high-resolution image to a low-resolution image, e.g., a 24-bit color image to a three-bit color image, for printing and display. Vector error diffusion captures correlation among color planes by using an error filter with matrix-valued coefficients. In optimizing vector error filters, Damera-Venkata and Evans (see IEEE Trans. Image Processing, vol.10, p.1552-65, Oct. 2001) transform the error image into an opponent color space where Euclidean distance has perceptual meaning. This letter evaluates color spaces for vector error filter optimization. In order of increasing quality, the color spaces are YIQ, YUV, opponent (by Poirson and Wandell, 1993), and linearized CIELab (by Flohr, Kolpatzik, Balasubramanian, Carrara, Bouman, and Allebach, 1993).

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Signal Processing Letters, IEEE  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 4 )