The Imaging Science Journal is the official scientific journal of The Royal Photographic Society, supported by the Society's Imaging Science Group. It covers exclusively both fundamental and applied scientific aspects of imaging. The content of the journal includes most areas of activity concerned with analogue chemical, electronic, digital and hybrid imaging systems. Within the context and scope of the journal the term imaging is taken to mean: the recording and visualisation of information recorded from radiation of any kind, emitted from, reflected by, or otherwise affected by an object. The recording media include photochemical, electronic and any other media for recording, manipulation, display or transfer of images and includes moving, or time-based imaging, as well as still imaging.
imaging, electronic, photochemical, Science journal, photochemical engineering journal
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