Control of Imaging and Printing Processes
Our general goal is to improve the accuracy and robustness of processes
associated with printing and imaging systems (including printers, copiers,
scanners). Printing processes include color electrophotographic (EP)
or xerographic process, and media handling. i
Past research include robust control of tone reproduction curves and Bayesian Belief Network
modeling and diagnosis of xeroxgraphic process. Current research aims toward control
of image quality of color xerographic systems in the face of general and specifc disturbances
and system uncertainties. This involves development of innovative sensing, monitoring
and control methodologies that take into account the special characteristics of
color printing systems and their disturbances.
- Dongjun Lee
- Alain Tchagang
Publications to date:
P. Y. Li and S. A. Dianat, "Robust Stabilization
of Tone Reproduction Curves for the Xerographic Process"
IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology. Vol. 9 No. 2 pp.407-415,March, 2001. [with S. Dianat]
P. Y. Li and S. A.
Dianat, "Robust Stabilization of Tone Reproduction Curves for Xerographic
(Li and Dianat) 1998 IEEE Conference on Control Applications, Sept., Trieste,
Zhong and P. Y. Li, "Bayesian Network Modeling of a Xerographic Printing
Symposium on Imaging and Motion at the ASME IMECE, Orlando, FL Nov. 2000.
Li, "Robust Control and Diagnostic Strategies for Xerographic Printing"
Proceedings of the Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T)'s NIP-16:
International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies. pp.261-266,
Vancouver, Canada Oct. 2000.
Last updated by Perry Li, 10/22/2000