If we can remotely probe the structure and nature of an object, we can make an image of it and use that image to develop human comprehension.
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If we can remotely probe the structure and nature of an object, we can make an image of it and use that image to develop human comprehension.
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example of ink on paper The focus of the work in the Microdensitometry Laboratory is on understanding the mechanisms involved in the interaction between ink, paper, and light. These studies involve the measurement of the distribution of light reflected from images produced by a variety of processes ranging from traditional lithographic printing to digital printers such as ink jet, laser, and thermal transfer. By examining carefully printed "test targets", information about the scatter of light within the paper, the spreading of inks on the paper, the penetration of inks into the paper, and the variability of the printing process can be measured and understood quantitatively.

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Methodology of Image Microstructure
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If we can remotely probe the structure and nature of an object, we can make an image of it and use that image to develop human comprehension.
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