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Presented at: IS&T; First European Conference on Color in Graphics, Imaging and Vision (CGIV) Published in: Proc. IS&T; First European Conference on Color in Graphics, Imaging and Vision (CGIV), vol. 1, p. 190-195 Publication date: 2002

Assuming that the photoreceptor response of the human visual system is adaptive and non-linear, we can derive mathematical properties that can account for both color discrimination and chromatic adaptation. This could be due to the photoreceptors’ response to illumination, which is non-linear and varies according to the adaptation state. Assuming the Naka-Rushton nonlinear function and an automatic gain control function, we can derive color discrimination and chromatic adaptation data. We extend the discussion to a three layer model of retinal color processing, and show how we could predict corresponding color data.

Keywords: IVRG ; color discrimination ; chromatic adaptation ; Naka-Rushton ; model of retinal color processing ; corresponding color data Reference LCAV-CONF-2002-018View record in Web of Science





Author: Alleysson, David; Süsstrunk, Sabine

Source: https://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/34022?ln=en







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