white level

white level

[′wīt ‚lev·əl]
(communications)
The carrier signal level corresponding to maximum picture brightness in television and facsimile.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The DICOM calibration and quality assurance software PerfectLum allows performing DICOM, Gamma and CIE L* calibrations, conformance tests, verification of white level and luminance level, and quality assurance tests in accordance with AAPM TG18, DIN 6868-57,DIN 6868-157, JESRA X-0093, IEC 62563-1, NY PDM, NYC PDM, and ACR regulations.
California Lighting Technology Center (CLTC) at UC Davis designed the lighting that was installed beneath the canopies using a high-efficacy, adaptive white level source from EverLast Lighting.
The white level is monitored and maintained by using a light sensor in the back of the display, there is also said to be no need to calibrate on site.
Threshold value (100), white level (75) and black level (65) were chosen after comparing computer images to handsheet.
(i) The descendants (either black vertices or thorns if any) of the leftmost white vertex of the top white level are traversed from left to right.
These controls provide for overall image darkening or lightening, as well as separate black and white level adjustments for enhancing image contrast.
Whereas in 1979, young working black females earned 6 percent more than young white females with similar educational attainment, by 1989 their relative wages had fallen to 4 percent below the white level. Young black females with "some college" earned 4 percent more in 1979 but 6 percent less in 1989; and those with four-year college degrees earned 6 percent more than comparable whites in 1979, but 8 percent less in 1989.
At the same time, a contrast ratio of 100:1 is disappointing and a white level score of 7/12 is frankly, atrocious.
According to the NGA's “Softcopy Exploitation Display Hardware Performance Standard,” displays must be “maintenance-adjustable to allow precise control of the black level, white level, and for color displays, the color temperature of the white point.
O'Sullivan took the opening frame with a sizzling 104 break only to see White level it, winning the second frame 72-0.
But it's nice to play to my potential after all this time." 3RD RND: P Hunter (Eng) bt M King (Eng) 9-8, Q Hann (Aus) bt P Ebdon (Eng) 9-6, N Bond (Eng) bt J Perry (Eng) 9-8, J White level with F O'Brien (Irl) 4-4, M Stevens (Wal) leads J Wattana (Tha) 5-2.
The monitor loses out badly when it comes to luminance uniformity and white levels, though it's still on par with most decent monitors.