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  • 79 Nutley Ave, Nutley, NJ 07110 (973) 667-6167 (201) 667-6167
  • Pelham, NH
  • Clifton, NJ
  • 79 Nutley Ave, Nutley, NJ 07110 (908) 764-6769

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Position: Machine Operators, Assemblers, and Inspectors Occupations

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Degree: Associate degree or higher

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Carmine Matarazzo

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Address:
79 Nutley Ave, Nutley, NJ 07110
Phone:
(973) 667-6167
VIN:
KNAGE124575103379
Make:
KIA
Model:
OPTIMA
Year:
2007

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Location:
United States
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Systems And Methods For Facilitating Reproduction Of Arbitrary Colors

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US Patent:
20130215439, Aug 22, 2013
Filed:
Feb 11, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/764277
Inventors:
Matthew McDowell - Pittstown NJ,
Mark Gundlach - Caledonia MI,
Carmine Matarazzo - Nutley NJ,
Xianfeng Zhao - Harrison NJ,
Thomas A. Lianza - Bedford NH,
Gerald Conde - Wallington NJ,
Assignee:
X-Rite, Inc. - Grand Rapids MI
International Classification:
G06K 15/02
US Classification:
358 19
Abstract:
Systems and methods are provided for facilitating reproduction of arbitrary colors in a workflow by identifying color reproduction processes in the workflow and characterizing the color reproduction processes by determining a statistical variance (e.g., as characterized by a probability density function). Systems and methods are provided for simulating possible output colors for a color reproduction process that involve identifying a desired color for reproduction and determining possible output colors for the color reproduction process based on a predetermined statistical variance. Systems and methods are provided for mapping out-of-gamut-colors for a color reproduction process are provided that involve providing an out-of-gamut color, consulting a database of characterized artistic adjustments, selecting a first adjusted color by applying an artistic adjustment from the database to the out-of gamut color, determining if the first adjusted color is out-of-gamut, and, if out-of-gamut, selecting a second adjusted color by adjusting a magnitude of the vector.
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