Colour Imaging: Vision and Technology

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Lindsay MacDonald, M. Ronnier Luo
Wiley, Oct 25, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 440 pages
Colour Imaging Vision and Technology Edited by Lindsay W. MacDonald and M. Ronnier Luo University of Derby, UK With every new computer now equipped with CD-ROM and high quality colour display and sound capabilities, multimedia imaging has become part of mainstream computing. Pressure is on developers to produce applications that make use of these facilities. This book examines the key enabling technologies for such applications including digital colour imaging, spanning the capture, processing, encoding, transmission and reproduction of realistic colour images.
* Extensive coverage of the multimedia materials and Web pages
* Improving quality of presentation
* Covers a wide range of areas including colour imaging and multimedia user interface
* Colour illustrations
Colour Imaging will appeal to a wide-ranging audience and is primarily aimed at colour engineers, colour researchers and developers. It is also a valuable reference guide for undergraduates, MSc level students in colour imaging, new media developers and manufacturers of imaging equipment. Visit Our Web Page! http://www.wiley.com/

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Contents

Investigations into multiscale retinex MSR
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Colour prediction using the Von Kries transform
39
Web design for the colourblind user
55
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William B. Rouse is Executive Director of the Tennenbaum Institute at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is also a professor in the College of Computing and School of Industrial and Systems Engineering. Rouse's earlier positions include chair of the School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, CEO of two innovative software companies?Enterprise Support Systems and Search Technology?and faculty positions at Georgia Tech, University of Illinois, Delft University of Technology, and Tufts University.

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