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The achromatic response of the nonlinear color‐appearance model is developed to predict the perceptions of whiteness‐blackness, brightness, and lightness of object colors. The distinction between whiteness‐blackness and brightness perceptions of achromatic colors is especially important in an...
In four of the five CIE color regions, the correlation of perceptibility of color differences and colorimetric measures is studied for painted samples at threshold. Sample pairs resulting in three‐dimensional color differences ranging from zero to just clearly perceptible were used. The...
The Coloroid color system is a Hungarian standard color order system. This article describes the color space of the Coloroid system and its relationship to the CIE colorimetric space and the spaces associated with the Munsell and DIN color order systems. The Coloroid system is presented as a...
The reflectances of paint films can be predicted from the scattering and absorption characteristics of their pigments using the Kubelka‐Munk (K‐M) equations. The K‐M theory has several limitations. To overcome these, the number of fluxes inside the paint film has been increased from two to four...
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