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The contributions of Dr. Deane Brewster Judd to colorimetry extended over five decades. Among the most crucial contributions to the development of modern colorimetry were his studies of colorimetric purity, relations among color‐mixture and luminosity data, visual sensibility to color...
The backgrounds of the FCM metric, which was presented at Color 77, are discussed. Analysis of color‐discrimination data (threshold as well as color‐difference scaling data) and interpretation in terms of present conceptions on zonal processing of primary stimulations leads to principles that...
This is an account of French painting immediately before and after the turn of the twentieth century. Here the scientific revelations of such men as Maxwell and Helmholtz, introduced in France by Ogden N. Rood of the United States, played an important role in color expression.
Line elements are mathematical formulations that describe subjective color differences in terms of model characteristics. An attempt is made to discover a trend in their development—a trend that is, interestingly, marked by gains in insight into the mechanism of color vision, rather than by...
This article describes a methodology used to enable a meaningful comparison of the colour reproduction characteristics of a pair of colour photographic media, on the basis of an instrumental determination of the colour differences between sets of coloured test surfaces and their photographic...
There is a need for standardization of the mathematical treatment applied to data generated by magnitude estimation techniques in colour scaling, in which hue, saturation (colourjulness). and absolute or relative brightness are scaled by observers. An aspect of data analysis which has not been...
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