Glossary

Dispersed Dithering

Dispersed Dithering is an application of the traditional halftone procedure used in analog photography to computer graphics. The pixels are evenly distributed in the halftone cell. With most contrast gradations, this method leads to coarse structures in the image pattern. The sample images show the result of a conversion with CPMcopy using Dispersed Dithering with the default setting of 4.

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