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Computational colour science using MATLAB

Author: Stephen Westland; Caterina Ripamonti
Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex, England ; Hoboken, NJ : J. Wiley, ©2004.
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"An invaluable resource for students taking courses in colour science, colour chemistry and colour physics as well as technicians and researchers working in the area. This book will also be a useful reference for professionals and researchers working in related industries."--Jacket.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Westland; Caterina Ripamonti
ISBN: 0470845627 9780470845622
OCLC Number: 53192496
Description: x, 207 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction. Who this book is for ; Why base this book upon MATLAB? ; A brief review of the CIE system of colorimetry --
Linear algebra for beginners. Some basic definitions ; Solving systems of simultaneous equations ; Transposes and inverses ; Linear and non-linear transforms --
A short introduction to MATLAB. Matrix operations ; Computing the transpose and inverse of matrices ; M-files ; Using functions in MATLAB --
Computing CIE tristimulus values. Introduction ; Standard colour-matching functions ; Interpolation methods ; Extrapolation methods ; Tables of weights ; Correction for spectral bandpass ; Chromaticity diagrams ; Implementations and examples. Spectral bandpass correction ; Reflectance interpolation ; Computing tristimulus values ; Plotting the spectral locus --
Computing colour difference. Introduction ; CIELAB and CIELUV colour space ; CIELAB colour difference ; Optimised colour-difference formulae. CMC(l:c) ; CIE94 ; CIEDE2000 ; Implementations and examples. Computing CIELAB and CIELUV coordinates ; Computing colour difference --
Chromatic-adaptation transforms and colour appearance. Introduction ; CATs. CIECAT94 ; CMCCAT97 ; CMCCAT2000 ; CAMs. CIECAM97s ; CMCCAM2000 ; Implementations and examples. CATs ; Computing colour appearance --
Characterization of computer displays. Introduction ; Gamma ; The GOG model ; Device-independent transformation ; Typical characterization procedure ; Implementations and examples --
Characterization of cameras. Introduction ; Correction for non-linearity ; Device-independent representation ; Implementations and examples --
Characterization of printers. Introduction ; Physical models ; Neural networks ; Characterization of half-tone printers. Correction for non-linearity ; Device-independent representation ; Kubelka-Munk model ; Implementations and examples. Half-tone printer ; Continuous-tone printer --
Multispectral imaging. Introduction ; Computational colour constancy and linear models ; Surface and illuminant estimation algorithms ; Techniques for multispectral imaging. The Hardeberg method ; The Imai and Berns method ; Methods based on maximum smoothness ; Implementations and examples. Deriving a set of basis functions ; Representation of reflectance spectra in a linear model ; Estimation of reflectance spectra from tristimulus values ; Estimation of reflectance spectra from camera responses ; Fourier operations on reflectance spectra --
Colour toolbox.
Responsibility: Stephen Westland, Caterina Ripamonti.
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Presenting a problem based approach to colour physics, this title describes various issues encountered in colour engineering, including representation of colour information, fourier analysis of  Read more...

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