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Akaike information criterion in the edge analysis of the screen element

Katja Petric Maretić ; Faculty of Graphic Arts, Getaldićeva 2, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Marin Milković ; University of Applied Sciences Varaždin, J. Križanića 33/6, 42000 Varaždin, Croatia
Damir Modrić orcid id ; Faculty of Graphic Arts, Getaldićeva 2, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia

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The analysis of the edge of the screen element is based on the selection of the linear sample on the paper – ink system in comparing models and reality. Although Yule and Nielsen suggested the Gaussian distribution for the description of the line spread function, our model, based on the stochastic approach of subsurface light scattering in paper, gives the complete description with the Lorentzian distribution. To determine which of the two proposed models, Gaussian or Lorentzian, gives a better approximation with respect to the measured data, Akaike information criterion has been used. As the observed profiles are asymmetric, both edges have been analyzed. It was not possible to distinguish which model better describes the resulting measurements, because of the extremely high value of the correlation coefficient for both models. Therefore the AIC method was applied using the routines in Origin 8.5 that was used to analyze the measured data. The Akaike weight demonstrates that the Lorentzian model better describes the LSF than the Gaussian model.

Ključne riječi

Akaike information criterion, line spread function, Monte Carlo approximation, screen element edge

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