By Henry R. Kang
Henry Kang offers the elemental colour ideas and mathematical instruments to arrange the reader for a brand new period of colour replica, and for next functions in multispectral imaging, scientific imaging, distant sensing, and computer imaginative and prescient. This ebook is meant to bridge the distance among colour technology and computational colour expertise, placing colour edition,
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L. Wurzburg, The theory of three-color reproduction, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 27, pp. 227–240 (1937). 16. W. T. Hanson and W. L. Brewer, Subtractive color photography: the role of masks, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 44, pp. 129–134 (1954). 17. W. T. Hanson and F. L. Wurzburg, Subtractive color photography: spectral sensitivities and masks, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 44, pp. 227–240 (1954). 18. R. J. Ross, Color Film for Color Television, Hastings House, New York (1970). 19. R. W. Pridmore, Theory of primary colors and invariant hues, Color Res.
On the other hand, the physical interactions of the light with objects and substrates form the basis for another major branch of the computational color technology, namely, the physical color-mixing models that are used primarily in the printing industry. With the vector-space representation and matrix theory, in this chapter, we lay the groundwork for these computational approaches by revisiting the Grassmann’s law of color mixing and reexamining color matching as well as other properties. 1 Visual Sensitivity and Color-Matching Functions Visual spectral sensitivity of the eye measured as the spectral absorption characteristics of human cones is given in Fig.