By Erik Reinhard, Tania Pouli (auth.), Raimondo Schettini, Shoji Tominaga, Alain Trémeau (eds.)
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From a purely physical perspective, the absorptions of the K colorant across the spectrum and the unwanted absorptions indicate that the individual R, G, and B channels cannot directly isolate a single separation. However, as we illustrate in the sequel, and as described in greater detail in , the combination of physical insight with mathematical analysis does indeed lead to an eﬀective solution whereby the four color separations can be estimated, which in turn enable per separation phase modulation halftone watermark embedding.
The exposition in the present paper borrows heavily from these prior publications. Our previous paper on the broader theme  included as examples, work on show-through correction  and set-theoretic estimation for subtractive color [18, 19]. We encourage readers whose interests may have been stimulated by speciﬁc examples, to follow the relevant publications for additional information and details. Clearly, we cannot and do not claim to monopolize the broader underlying theme of this paper; a far larger set of equally good and perhaps better examples can be found in the works of other researchers.
To evaluate quantitatively the performance the method it is compared to four state of art segmentation algorithms using the Berkeley image database (Table 3). Figure 8 shows qualitative results of the method applying diﬀerent parameters to obtain from ﬁne to coarse segmentation. In all cases the segments behave consistently. (a) (b) (c) Fig. 7. Example of MR extraction (a) Original image. (b) Result of the creassenes operator on a RG/BY chromaticity space. Extracted ridge points are given in black on top of the distribution.
Computational Color Imaging: Third International Workshop, CCIW 2011, Milan, Italy, April 20-21, 2011. Proceedings by Erik Reinhard, Tania Pouli (auth.), Raimondo Schettini, Shoji Tominaga, Alain Trémeau (eds.)