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Title: A multiscale error diffusion technique for digital halftoning with dot-overlap compensation
Authors: Chan, YH 
Kwong, HT
Li, CK
Lo, KT 
Keywords: Algorithms
Error correction
Image analysis
Image quality
Iterative methods
Signal interference
Issue Date: 1999
Publisher: IEEE
Source: ICIP99 : 1999 International Conference on Image Processing : proceedings : 24-28 October, 1999, Kobe, Japan, v.4, p. 323-327 How to cite?
Abstract: In this paper, a digital halftoning method is proposed based on a recently-proposed multiscale error diffusion technique for digital halftoning. It can definitely improve the diffusion performance by effectively removing pattern noise and eliminating boundary and 'blackhole' effects. A dot-overlap compensation scheme is also proposed to eliminate the bias in the gray scale of the printed images.
ISBN: 0-7803-5467-2
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