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Color gamut mapping and the printing of digital color images

Author: Maureen C Stone; William B Cowan; John C Beatty; Xerox Corporation. Palo Alto Research Center.
Publisher: Palo Alto, Calif. : Xerox Corp., Palo Alto Research Center, 1988.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Abstract: "This paper defines principles and techniques useful for calibrated color reproduction. These results are derived from a project to take digital images designed on color monitors and accurately reproduce them in a journal using digital offset printing. Most of the images printed were reproduced without access to the image as viewed in its original form; the color specification was derived from the image
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maureen C Stone; William B Cowan; John C Beatty; Xerox Corporation. Palo Alto Research Center.
OCLC Number: 21005911
Notes: "A version of this paper will appear in ACM Transactions on Graphics, November, 1988."
"April 1988."
"EDL-88-1."
"[P88-00021]."
Description: 52 pages, [8] pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
Responsibility: Maureen C. Stone, William B. Cowan, and John C. Beatty ; with an appendix by Eric H. Larson.

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Abstract: "This paper defines principles and techniques useful for calibrated color reproduction. These results are derived from a project to take digital images designed on color monitors and accurately reproduce them in a journal using digital offset printing. Most of the images printed were reproduced without access to the image as viewed in its original form; the color specification was derived from the image calibration. The reproduction system described is calibrated using CIE tristimulus values. An image is represented as a set of three-dimensional points and the color output device is represented as a three-dimensional solid containing all reproducible colors for that device, its gamut. The monitor and the printer gamut shapes are very different, so the image points must be transformed to fit into the destination gamut, a process we call gamut mapping.

This paper describes the principles controlling the gamut mapping. Most of the techniques described here are not specific to offset printing and apply equally well to other digital color devices. Included, however, is a brief description of how digital halftone screens for offset printing are prepared. The appendices provide some specific detail about the use of the Platemaker to produce commercial quality halftone screens."

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