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A check of the weighting functions proposed by the CIE Technical Committee 1‐29 (TC1‐29) (Color Res. Appl. 18, 137–139 (1993)) has been carried out using pairs of samples with only a threshold difference in chroma, hue, or lightness. Experimental results with object and aperture colors were used...
The article examines the concepts of the following three quantities: partial colour sensitivity of a recipe to a particular colorant, colour balance of a recipe, and the overall colour sensitivity and the related property of colour robustness of a recipe. the way to calculate numerical estimates...
W.A. Thornton (W. A. Thornton, Toward a more accurate and extensible colorimetry, Parts I–III, Color Res. Appl. 17, 79–122, 162–186, 240–261 (1992).) reported significant discrepancies in Maxwell colour matches when using different sets of primary lights. His experiments were performed by a...
The blue‐to‐purple color appearance change observed in some rare specimens of the gemstone tanzanite between daylight and incandescent light is contrary to the hue‐angle change calculated between CIE illuminants D65 and A in CIELAB color space. This abnormal calculated hue‐angle change for...
The Sample‐Independent Color Rendering Index (CRI) is a measure that is independent of the choice of test color samples and that can be used for assessing one important aspect of color‐rendering properties of illumination, the aspect of accuracy of color rendering in a broad sense. This...
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