Computational Color Technology

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SPIE Press, 2006 - Computers - 511 pages
Henry Kang provides the fundamental color principles and mathematical tools to prepare the reader for a new era of color reproduction, and for subsequent applications in multispectral imaging, medical imaging, remote sensing, and machine vision. This book is intended to bridge the gap between color science and computational color technology, putting color adaptation, color constancy, color transforms, color display, and color rendition in the domain of vector-matrix representations and theories. ""Computational Color Technology"" deals with color digital images on the spectral level using vector-matrix representations so that the reader can learn to process digital color images via linear algebra and matrix theory.

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