Abstract

The theory and experiment of a new white-light image-processing technique for black-and-white image addition and subtraction by means of Fourier-plane spatial color filtering are described. Both the intensity transmittances of three (or two) processed images and the results of the addition and subtraction are expressed in a chromaticity coordinate system.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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