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Resolution requirements in electronic imaging

This technical note is an intermediate level document intended
to provide guidelines to systems engineers for determining the
resolution requirements for electronic imaging systems. We’ll do
this with an emphasis on:
a) the correct goals for each application, and
b) taking the total system (imaging chain) into account.

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