03319nmm a2200421 u 4500001001200000003002700012005001700039007002400056008004100080020001800121100002000139245010400159250001700263260006300280300003300343505059900376653005300975653005301028653002401081653002401105653004701129653003501176653001401211653001101225653002501236653003501261653002901296653002101325653002401346700002601370710003401396041001901430989003801449490002801487856007201515082001201587520129801599EB000664478EBX0100000000000000051756000000000000000.0cr|||||||||||||||||||||140122 ||| eng a97836425575521 aFriedman, Avner00aMathematical Models in Photographic SciencehElektronische Ressourcecby Avner Friedman, David Ross a1st ed. 2003 aBerlin, HeidelbergbSpringer Berlin Heidelbergc2003, 2003 aVIII, 184 pbonline resource0 a1. History of Photography -- References -- I. The Components of a Film -- 2. An Overview -- 3. Crystal Growth — Ostwald Ripening -- 4. Crystal Growth-Sidearm Precipitation -- 5. Gelatin Swelling -- 6. Gelation -- 7. Polymeric Base -- II. The Role of Surfactants -- 8. Limited Coalescence -- 9. Measuring Coalescence -- III. Coating -- 10. Newtonian Coating Flows -- 11. Coating Configurations -- 12. Curtain Coating -- 13. Shear Thinning -- IV. Image Capture -- 14. Latent Image Formation -- 15. Granularity -- V. Development -- 16. A Reaction-Diffusion System -- 17. Parameter Identification aMathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics aComputational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis aInorganic Chemistry aInorganic chemistry aOptics, Lasers, Photonics, Optical Devices aPartial Differential Equations aPhotonics aLasers aComputer mathematics aPartial differential equations aCondensed Matter Physics aCondensed matter aMathematical models1 aRoss, Davide[author]2 aSpringerLink (Online service)07aeng2ISO 639-2 bSBAaSpringer Book Archives -20040 aMathematics in Industry uhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-55755-2?nosfx=yxVerlag3Volltext0 a515.353 ath Although photography has its beginning in the 17 century, it was only in the 1920’s that photography emerged as a science. And as with other s- ences, mathematics began to play an increasing role in the development of photography. The mathematical models and problems encountered in p- tography span a very broad spectrum, from the molecular level such as the interaction between photons and silver halide grains in image formation, to chemical processing in ?lm development and issues in manufacturing and quality control. In this book we present mathematical models that arise in today’s p- tographic science. The book contains seventeen chapters, each dealing with oneareaofphotographicscience.Eachchapter,exceptthetwointroductory chapters, begins with general background information at a level understa- able by graduate and undergraduate students. It then proceeds to develop a mathematical model, using mathematical tools such as Ordinary Di?erential Equations, Partial Di?erential Equations, and Stochastic Processes. Next, some mathematical results are mentioned, often providing a partial solution to problemsraisedby the model.Finally,mostchaptersinclude problems.By the nature of the subject, there is quite a bit ofdisparity in the mathematical level of the various chapters