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I describe complementary colors' physiology and functional roles in color vision, in a three‐stage theory (receptor, opponent color, and complementary color stages). 40 specific roles include the complementary structuring of: S and L cones, opponent single cells, cardinal directions, hue cycle...
In the laboratory, the performance of color constancy has always been unstable. The variables posed by the subjects themselves tend to be neglected. In this study, a simple color‐mixing test was used to sort subjects into three groups. They were also provided with hue and brightness in a fixed...
Several studies have recorded color emotions in subjects viewing uniform color (UC) samples. We conduct an experiment to measure and model how these color emotions change when texture is added to the color samples. Using a computer monitor, our subjects arrange samples along four scales:...
In this article, the parameric decomposition method is considered as a technique for batch correction using three process primaries. It is proved that the parameric decomposition technique using optimal process primaries is a suitable method for reliable batch correction. Besides, the evaluation...
This study presents the categorical formation of a set of Mandarin color terms on the International Commission on Illumination (CIE) 1931 chromaticity diagram across six luminance levels. This article conducted a study that employed 44 native Mandarin speakers to perform a force–choice sorting...
Colour evolution and colour changes were analyzed from small specimens of three heat treated wood species using the CIE L*a*b* colour space. Upon heat exposure, the wood substance became darker of species; this was accompanied by a steady reduction in lightness. As treatment conditions (e.g.,...
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