Recent Progress in Color Science

Karen Braun and Reiner Eschbach, Editors
ISBN / ISSN: 0-89208-202-X
434 pages

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The third "Recent Progress Series" publication is intended to give an up-to-date look at current research in color perception in industry and academia. The papers in this book span various topics in the appearance of color and its role in imaging, including cross-media consideration, color appearance models, color constancy algorithms, and gamut mapping techniques. Conferences and publications of IS&T from which this book's material was drawn have provided a rich forum for professional exchange in the field.

© 1997, The Society for Imaging Science and Technology


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Chapter I: Color Appearance

Chapter II: Color Constancy

Chapter III: Color Difference Equations

Chapter IV: Color Order Systems

Chapter V: Color Vision

Chapter VI: Color Image Quality