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000099884 245__ $$aAnalysis of the microstructures ("rosettes") in the superposition of periodic layers
000099884 269__ $$a2002
000099884 260__ $$bSPIE-Int. Soc. Opt. Eng$$c2002
000099884 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000099884 490__ $$aJ. Electron. Imaging (USA)
000099884 520__ $$aSuperpositions of periodic dot screens are largely used in electronic imaging in the field of color printing. In such superpositions the interaction between the superposed layers may cause new structures to appear which did not exist in any of the original layers: macrostructures (also known as moiré patterns) and microstructures (also known as rosettes). While macrostructures are not always generated in the superposition (cf. moiré-free superpositions), microstructures exist practically in any superposition, except for the most trivial cases. In fact, even the macrostructures, whenever they occur, consist of variations in the microstructure of the superposition. In the present paper we investigate the microstructures that appear in the superposition of periodic structures and their properties. We also find the conditions on the superposed layers under which the microstructure of the superposition varies-or remains invariant-when individual layers in the superposition are laterally shifted with respect to each other
000099884 6531_ $$aModelization of the Moire Phenomenon
000099884 6531_ $$aconvolution
000099884 6531_ $$aimage processing
000099884 6531_ $$amoire fringes
000099884 6531_ $$aperiodic structures
000099884 6531_ $$aspectral analysis
000099884 700__ $$0241914$$aAmidror, I.$$g104383
000099884 700__ $$0242314$$aHersch, R. D.$$g105390
000099884 773__ $$j11$$k3$$q316-37$$tJournal of Electronic Imaging
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