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WMU ICC Profiling Review 1.1 Presented at TAGA Technical Conference, North Carolina, April, 2002
 

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WMU ICC Profiling Review 1.1
Presented at TAGA Technical Conference, North Carolina, April, 2002
Evaluating the Quality of Commercial ICC Color
Management Software
Abhay Sharma and Paul D Fleming
Western Michigan University
abhay.sharma@wmich.edu
Abstract: The concepts and technology for an open color management
system such as that specified by the International Color Consortium
(ICC) have been around for a number of years. The adoption of this
workflow by the graphic arts industry has been slow. A major
contribution to the lack of popularity is that the quality and standards
part of the ICC workflow is unregulated and the average user is unable
to independently assess the quality of profiles and profile making
software. This paper describes a process to evaluate the quality of ICC
profiles and suggests that a simple, meaningful merit figure be
established. A quality metric can be useful for two reasons. Firstly, it can
provide feedback on how well a device has been characterized and
therefore how good the device is likely to be in a color managed

  

Source: Abubakr, Said - Department of Paper Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and Imaging, Western Michigan University

 

Collections: Engineering