@techreport{Murphy2004_0,
        Abstract = {This standards review summarizes the most current standards, which can be used to define target-based testing procedures to characterize the image quality of trichromatic digital cameras that are used to image cultural heritage. The eighteen standards summarized here were developed by both national (ANSI and NISO) and international (ISO, IEC and CIE) standards organizations. The image quality parameters that these standards describe include tone reproduction, color reproduction accuracy, noise, resolution, spatial uniformity, dynamic range and image flare. Other standards describemonitor viewing conditions, illuminant specifications, ISO speed determination, electronic imaging terminology, colorimetry and technical metadata. Some of the standards summarized in this review also contain descriptions of test charts, which can be photographed and analyzed objectively, for the most part, for a specific image quality parameter.},
        Address = {Rochester, New York, United States},
        Author = {Erin P. Murphy},
        Institution = {Rochester Institute of Technology, College of Science, Center for Imaging Science,Munsell Color Science Laboratory},
        Keywords = {art-si; art-si-cultural heritage imaging},
        Month = {March},
        Number = {},
        Title = {A Review of Standards Defining Testing Procedures for Characterizing the Color and Spatial Quality of Digital Cameras Used to Image Cultural Heritage},
        Url = {http://www.cis.rit.edu/DocumentLibrary/admin/uploads/CIS000125.pdf},
        Year = {2004}}