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From this 18 G. DONELLI A N D L. , the main factors to be taken into account can be described as follows: a. , 1971 ; Shamir, 1972) is not a linear function of the photographic contrast C , but rather depends exponentially on this latter. b. The “photographic channel” (Zeitler and Hayes, 1965; Burge and Garrand, 1968) acts as a low-pass filter, that is, its transfer function Tp goes to zero with high spatial frequencies; c. The amplitude transmittance of the micrograph has a phase 0 not related to the information contained by the contrast on the micrograph itself.
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Advances in Electronics and Electron Phisics. Vol. 43 by Ladislaus Marton