acutance


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acutance

(əˈkjuːtəns)
n
(Photography) a physical rather than subjective measure of the sharpness of a photographic image
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An image that contains both high acutance (edge contrast) and small details is considered sharp.
Contained in this group are the edge acutance, visual noise and texture acutance metrics, which are all dependent on the spatial content of the specific scene being analyzed.