I read an research program article at MIT which computer nonlinear analysis a AA print , create a function and force every input image to the same nonlinear high frequency noise of AA print.

I thinked that it would be great to chemical program a developer and get the same nonlinear noise from the source art.

I think there might be solutions like that for early satellite films or aircraft films when there was no computer.

I read that rhodopsin films used as nonlinear editer but rhodopsin is needed to be inside of a tight temperature limits.

Yes , question , which chemicals force the film and paper to be maniplated as
forced image look ?

Best ,

Mustafa Umut Sarac