Error diffusion using linear pixel shuffling

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Title: Error diffusion using linear pixel shuffling
Author: Anderson, Peter
Abstract: Linear pixel shuffling error diffusion is a digital halftoning algorithm that combines the linear pixel shuffling (LPS) order of visiting pixels in an image with diffusion of quantization errors in all directions. LPS uses a simple linear rule to produce a pixel ordering giving a smooth, uniform probing of the image. This paper elucidates that algorithm. Like the Floyd-Steinberg algorithm, LPS error diffusion enhances edges and retains high-frequency image information. LPS error diffusion avoids some of the artifacts (“worm-s,” “tears,” and “checkerboarding”) often associated with the Floyd-Steinberg algorithm. LPS error diffusion requires the entire image be available in memory; the Floyd-Steinberg algorithm requires storage proportional only to a single scan line.
Description: "Error diffusion using linear pixel shuffling," Proceedings of the PICS 2000: Image Processing, Image Quality, Image Capture, Systems Conference. The Society for Imaging Science and Technology. Held in Portland, Oregon: March 2000. This article may also be accessed from the publisher's website (additional fees may apply) at: http://www.imaging.org/store/epub.cfm?abstrid=1625
Record URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1850/4267
Date: 2000-03

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