DICOM PS3.14 2019a - Grayscale Standard Display Function

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Illustration for determining the transform that changes the Characteristic Curve of a Display System to a Display Function that approximates the Grayscale Standard Display Function

Figure A-1. Illustration for determining the transform that changes the Characteristic Curve of a Display System to a Display Function that approximates the Grayscale Standard Display Function


DICOM PS3.14 2019a - Grayscale Standard Display Function