Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of libcaca/study/introduction


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Dec 22, 2009, 9:24:41 PM (10 years ago)
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Sam Hocevar
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    99Meet Lena. She will guide us through this document, because the seriousness of a scientific document in the area of computer graphics can be measured by the number of times Lena appears in it. She truly is the Mona Lisa of image processing. ![2]
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    11 [[Image(source:/web/trunk/static/study/lena256.png,alt="Lena (256×256)")]]
    12 [[Image(source:/web/trunk/static/study/gradient256.png,alt="colour gradient (64×256)")]]
    13 [[Image(source:/web/trunk/static/study/lena256bw.png,alt="Lena (256×256BW)")]]
    14 [[Image(source:/web/trunk/static/study/gradient256bw.png,alt="greyscale gradient (32×256)")]]
     11[[Image(source:/web/trunk/www/study/lena256.png,alt="Lena (256×256)")]]
     12[[Image(source:/web/trunk/www/study/gradient256.png,alt="colour gradient (64×256)")]]
     13[[Image(source:/web/trunk/www/study/lena256bw.png,alt="Lena (256×256BW)")]]
     14[[Image(source:/web/trunk/www/study/gradient256bw.png,alt="greyscale gradient (32×256)")]]
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    1616This document makes a lot of assumptions, such as the fact that input images are made of pixels that have either one (grey level) or three (red, green and blue) values uniformly spread between 0 and 1 (with regards to human contrast perception). Real life is more complicated than that, but that is beyond the scope of this document for now.
     
    5555   * 7.2. Error diffusion
    5656   * 7.3. Colour ASCII art
    57  * [wiki:libcaca/study/bibliography Bibliography]
     57 * [wiki:libcaca/study/bib Bibliography]