A Physical Approach to Color Image Understanding
Taylor & Francis, Feb 15, 1993 - Computers - 192 pages
The author presents a vision model that uses color information to interpret the effects of shading and highlights on a scene. Transcending more traditional approaches, this method may lead to more reliable and useful techniques for image understanding.
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