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Geometric quality of images: estimation of the MTF

Abstract : The resolution is what characterize the capacity of an imaging system to describe how much details are visible in the image, depending on their size. Image quality is often characterized by well-known measures and criteria, usually linked with radiometry, like mean, contrast, brightness, noise variance, radiometric resolution or granularity. Only a few tools are available to characterize the spatial performance of an imaging device. Such a tool is proposed for the assessment of the MTF.
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Claire Thomas, Philippe Blanc, Thierry Ranchin, Lucien Wald. Geometric quality of images: estimation of the MTF. 4th International Conference on Physics in Signal Image processing PSIP 2005, Jan 2005, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-00475699⟩

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