The following papers appear in the March 2010 (Vol. 18/3) issue ofJSID
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Virtual toed-in camera method to eliminate parallax distortions of stereoscopic images for stereoscopic displays(pages 193–198)
Huan Deng, Qiong-Hua Wang, Da-Hai Li, and Ai-Hong Wang, Sichuan University, China

Photoalignment of nematic liquid crystal on polyamic-acid-based soluble polyimide with no side fragments (pages 199–205)
Seo-Kyu Park and Jeong-Soo Kim, Chungnam National University, Korea; Un-Sung Jung, Hoseo University, Korea; Soon-Bum Kwon, Chungnam National University and Hoseo University, Korea; Mihye Yi and Taek Ahn, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Korea; Yuriy Kurioz and Yuriy Reznikov, Institute of Physics, National Academy of Science of Ukraine, Ukraine

Comparison of organic and inorganic alignment layers for low-power liquid-crystal devices using low-frequency applied-voltage waveforms (pages 206–210)
Yi Huang and Philip J. Bos, Kent State University, Liquid Crystal Institute, USA; Achintya Bhowmik, Intel Corp., USA

Host emission from BaMgAl10O17 and SrMgAl10O17 phosphor: Effects of temperature and defect level (pages 211–222)
Hiroaki Onuma, et al., Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan; Hiroaki Tanno, et al., Hiroshima University, Japan; Ai Suzuki and Ramesh Chandra Deka, New Industry Creation Hatchery Centre, Tohoku University, Japan; Akira Miyamoto, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University, and New Industry Creation Hatchery Centre, Tohoku University, Japan

Direct excitation of xenon by ballistic electrons emitted from nanocrystalline-silicon planar cathode and vacuum-ultraviolet light emission (pages 223–227)
Tsutomu Ichihara and Takaski Hatai, Panasonic Works Co., Ltd., Japan; Nobuyoshi Koshida, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan

Quantitative evaluation of image sticking on displays with different gradual luminous variation (pages 228–234)
Dong-Yong Shin, Seoul National University, and Samsung Mobile Display, Korea; Jong-Kwan Woo, et al.,Seoul National University, Korea; Keum-Nam Kim and Byung-Hee Kim, Samsung Mobile Display, Korea

Drivers for free-form modular displays (pages 235–239)
Pieter Bauwens and Jan Doutreloigne, Ghent University, Belgium

Reducing the warp of sheet glass (pages 240–248)
Mireille Akilian and Mark L. Schattenburg, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Active contours: Generalization of the snake mode (pages 249–256)
Avishay Meron, Zivan Paz, Guy Barnhart-Magen, and Gady Golan, Holon Institute of Technology, Israel