CMY


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CMY

(Cyan Magenta Yellow) The color space used for printing. In theory, equal amounts of all three colors produce black. In practice, a separate black ink is required for quality printing. See CMYK.
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Yellow pigments are the weakest member in CMY sets for digital printing.
2, while the CMY ratio is defined as grey balance (Hunt, 1995).
RGB to CMY transformation, given by equations (5) and CMY to CMYK transformation, given by equations (6)
Average continuous black or continuous composite CMY declared cartridge yield up to this number of standard pages in accordance with ISO/IEC 19798.
Ian Robertson CEO of Solstice Technologies states: "It is also the only full-color CMY (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow) thermal printer with VersaMax ribbons that will print on virtually any disc, saving the consumer hundreds of dollars in printable disc costs.
The aim of this paper is to analyze changes in the skin colours in the digital portrait photography system with the shooting with the flashlight and appropriate white balance, using the basic editing with rendering in the appropriate colour space, CMY sublimation printing and to contribute to optimization of the digital colour portrait photography system, which is based on shooting with the correct white balance.
Figure 2 shows a CMY blend with three different profiles (two from Clemson's Comco Captain press on different stocks, one from a proofing device) assigned to the file.
The Exterior 600's CMY colour system allows unlimited choice of colouring with smooth, slow fades; it can respond intelligently to the ever-fluctuating levels of natural light, so that the building is never over-exposed.
Patterned CMY Wheels, Flags, Animation Wheels and Gobos manufactured by microlithography, laser ablation or wet etching ensure the best effects and purest color mixing in moving heads for entertainment and studio lighting.
PCR was used to amplify the AmpC b-lactamase genes CMY, FOX, DHA, ACC, MOX, and EBC by using previously described primers (13).
The LEDko FullSpectrum enables smooth color mixing with both RGBW and CMY modes accessible.
Defines the ideal colorimetric black and CMY gray-tone curves for an image