This is the first book that brings together the technical fields of imaging systems and feedback control systems in a self-contained manner. The book starts by introducing the basic building blocks of both technical fields, and then introduces the reader to the most common problems and their state-of-the-art solutions. Generally speaking, these problems are motivated by practical issues found in color-printing systems. Control theory provides a common set of tools to solve these problems. The practical root of the problems and the academic rigor of the proposed solutions are presented throughout the book. The structure of the book comes naturally given the backgrounds of the book's authors. One author possesses extensive experience in a major industrial research lab, while the other author has an equally extensive academic experience. Additionally, they have been collaborating closely for many years on a myriad of applications in these areas. Readers should appreciate that most of the original contributions reported in the book have been filed as patents or patent applications. Some results have also appeared in conference or journal papers, and many have appeared in digital color products as technologies or digital color solutions.
2009CRC Press, hardcover.
Lalit Mestha ; Sohail Dianat and Daniel Viassolo
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