DCS

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DCS

Abbreviation for:
damage-control surgery
dense canalicular system
diffuse cortical sclerosis
distal coronary sinus
Dudley Community Services 
dyskinetic cilia syndrome
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Ronnier, "Color separation criteria for spectral multi-ink printer characterization," Chinese Optics Letters, vol.
Printers are no longer using film or doing color separations, according to Kinney.
Foveon X3 image sensors are the world's only direct image sensors, which capture red, green, and blue light at every pixel location, and are the first image sensors that leverage silicon's inherent color separation property.
Then the picture had to be transformed into a color separation, really four negatives--cyan, yellow, magenta and black--that again had to fit the window in the paste-up board.
* an empty, transparent water bottle that holds 0.5 to 0.7 liters and has a smooth surface and no label (the taller and smoother the container, the better for seeing the color separation);
Coastal's graphic arts team offers direct-to-plate imaging, digital file management, color separation scanning and digital retouching.
The separation of one wavelength band from another by a dichroic beam splitter has applications from color separation to chemical analysis.
NeoPaint for Windows includes: support for most popular image formats like JPEG, GIF, PCX, TIFF, BMP, ICO and PNG; integrated support for scanners and digital cameras; professional quality printed output; multiple undo levels; dozens of special effects and textures; custom paint brushes; photo retouch and color correction tools; high quality color and format conversion; masking; color separation; JPEG and GIF optimization; Picture Browser with file management tools; built-in NeoGrab screen capture; and dozens of other tools and options.
Color separation and spot processing are supported by the program, as is the ability to export in PDF or other Mac-compatible file formats from which a printing bureau can seamlessly publish.
This allows color separation in the tip and on the wood."
Kern notes that his firm now does photography, color separation, typesetting, scanning, printing, Web-site design and hosting, much of it electronic and all under one roof.
The cost of the project, consisting primarily of the artist's fee and color separation charges, totaled less than $2,300.