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Adaptive color controller for image scanning and printing devices
1994 / IEEE / 0-8186-6952-7
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Adaptive color controller for image scanning and printing devices ' A new adaptive color controller for image scanning and printing processes is proposed. The objective of controlling colors is to achieve the desired accuracy of color reproduction under various viewing and graphic-arts conditions. Based on the plant inverse approach, the adaptive color controller is devised to eliminate color errors for image reproduction. And, it involves a novel feature-extraction method and a model-free estimator. In this approach, the feature-extraction method characterizes the extreme nonlinearity of any combination of color scanning and printing devices in terms of the human vision characteristics. For the consideration of easy implementation and fast image-processing speed, the higher-order CMAC neural network, which was proposed by Lane in 1991, is employed to work for the model-free approximation. In this paper, the colorimetric simulation illustrates the satisfactory performance. Finally, its effectiveness is also demonstrated by several colorimetric experiments.<
Cerebellar Model Arithmetic Computers
Adaptive Signal Processing
Adaptive Color Controller
Human Vision Characteristics
Fast Image-processing Speed
Higher-order Cmac Neural Network
Plant Inverse Approach