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Munsell started to base his color‐order system on measured physical quantities, but it came to represent the order of colors us they ure perceived. The hue circle represents fundamental facts about color vision. The Munsell hue circle has anomalous placement of blue and the use ($five principal...
Because of the progress in electronic technology and the increasing importance of colour quality control in various branches of industry, over the last decades several colour‐measuring instruments have been developed, each one with its own design features; the lack of standardization among them...
This article presents an evaluation of the deviation of the Colorcurve atlas samples from their designated aim points. Sample deviations are evaluated in terms of hue, chroma, and lightness. In addition, the deviation of the Colorcurve samples from their respective aim points are graphically...
A comparison of the regular spectral transmittance scales of National Institute of Standards and Technology (USA), Institute National de Metrologie (France), National Research Council (Canada), and All‐Union Research Institute for Optical and Physical Measurements (CIS) was accomplished using...
Digital color‐imaging systems require very large amounts of computer memory for the internal storage of images to be reproduced. Thus, although decreasing memory cost is an important factor in their recent success, techniques for reducing memory usage continue to be important. This article...
Dominant wavelength is a psychophysical scale presently limited to the spectrum. It is extended into the nonspectrals to designate the hue cycle in a continuous wavelength‐based scale. To omit the fading spectrum ends, the extended scale is based on the limited spectrum of optimum color stimuli...
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