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By William K. Pratt

A completely up to date variation of a bestselling consultant to electronic picture processing, this ebook covers state-of-the-art strategies for reinforcing and examining electronic photos from various resources - scanners, radar platforms, and electronic cameras. A PIKS photograph processing library of executable documents in addition to electronic types of a few of the photos are supplied through ftp to aid practice the options mentioned within the publication.

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5-1 shows a color vision model proposed by Frei (33). 5-1c) where C ( λ ) is the spectral energy distribution of the incident light source. 5-1 Color vision model. Finally, the signals d 1, d 2, d 3 pass through linear systems with transfer functions H 1 ( ω x, ω y ) , H 2 ( ω x, ω y ) , H 3 ( ω x, ω y ) to produce output signals g 1, g 2, g 3 that provide the basis for perception of color by the brain. 5-1, the signals d 2 and d 3 are related to the chromaticity of a colored light while signal d 1 is proportional to its luminance.

Lateral inhibition effects should produce a low spatial frequency rolloff below the measured response. Color perception is relative; the perceived color of a given spectral energy distribution is dependent on the viewing surround and state of adaption of the viewer. A human viewer can adapt remarkably well to the surround or viewing illuminant of a scene and essentially normalize perception to some reference white or overall color balance of the scene. This property is known as chromatic adaption.

Luminance measures are the subject of the science of photometry, while color measures are treated by the science of colorimetry. 1. PHOTOMETRY A source of radiative energy may be characterized by its spectral energy distribution C ( λ ) , which specifies the time rate of energy the source emits per unit wavelength interval. 1-1) is called the radiant flux of the source and is normally expressed in watts (W). A body that exists at an elevated temperature radiates electromagnetic energy proportional in amount to its temperature.

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