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Unitary rotation of pixellated polychromatic images

by   Alejandro R. Urzúa, et al.

Unitary rotations of polychromatic images on finite two-dimensional pixellated screens provide invertibility, group composition, and thus conservation of information. Rotations have been applied on monochromatic image data sets, where we now examine closer the Gibbs-like oscillations that appear due to discrete "discontinuities" of the input images under unitary transformations. Extended to three-color images we examine here the display of color at the pixels where, due to the oscillations, some pixel color values may fall outside their required common numerical range [0, 1], between absence and saturation of the red, green, and blue formant color images.


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