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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 1250

Perceiving, Measuring, and Using Color
Editor(s): Michael H. Brill
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 1250
Date Published: 1 August 1990
Softcover: 30 papers (319) pages
ISBN: 9780819402974

Table of Contents
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Visual search for basic versus nonbasic chromatic targets
Author(s): Robert M. Boynton; Harvey S. Smallman
Using hue scaling to specify color appearance and to derive color differences
Author(s): Israel Abramov; James Gordon; Hoover Chan
Use of color in integrated-circuit inspection
Author(s): Matthew J. Barth; Gerardo Beni; Susan Hackwood
Pseudocolor enhancement of single-band images
Author(s): Kim L. Tiplitz-Blackwell
Deterministic formation of visual color sensation
Author(s): Nathaniel Jacobson; William J. Bender
Physics-based models for early vision by machine
Author(s): Steven A. Shafer; Takeo Kanade; Gudrun J. Klinker; Carol L. Novak
Illuminant color from shading
Author(s): Hsien-Che Lee
Color image segmentation and color constancy
Author(s): Ruzena K. Bajcsy; Sang Wook Lee; Ales Leonardis
Evolutionary theory of color perception
Author(s): Huseyin Yilmaz
Evolution of mechanisms for color vision
Author(s): Gerald H. Jacobs
Why color?
Author(s): Clyde L. Hardin
Possible evolutionary basis for trichromacy
Author(s): Roger N. Shepard

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