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Digital color : acquisition, perception, coding and rendering / edited by Christine Fernández-Maloine, Frédérique Robert-Inacio, Ludovic Macaire.

Publication:
London : ISTE ; Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley, 2012.
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1 online resource (330 p.)
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Subjects:
Image converters.
Digital images.
Color vision.
Color photography -- Digital techniques.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
In this book the authors identify the basic concepts and recent advances in the acquisition, perception, coding and rendering of color. The fundamental aspects related to the science of colorimetry in relation to physiology (the human visual system) are addressed, as are constancy and color appearance. It also addresses the more technical aspects related to sensors and the color management screen. Particular attention is paid to the notion of color rendering in computer graphics. Beyond color, the authors also look at coding, compression, protection and quality of color images and videos.
Contents:
Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; Chapter 1. Colorimetry and Physiology - The LMS Specification; 1.1. Physiological basis; 1.1.1. The photoreceptors; 1.1.2. Retinal organization; 1.1.3. Physiological modeling of visual attributes related to color; 1.2. The XYZ colorimetry: the benchmark model of CIE; 1.3. LMS colorimetry; 1.3.1. LMS fundamentals; 1.3.2. Application of LMS colorimetry; 1.3.3. Color discrimination; 1.4. Colors in their context; 1.4.1. CIECAM02; 1.4.2. Chromatic adaptation; 1.4.3. Partitioning of the perceptual space by the elementary hues
1.5. Conclusion1.6. Bibliography; Chapter 2. Color Constancy; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Theoretical preliminaries and problems; 2.2.1. Concept of illuminant; 2.2.2. Concept of objects' reflectance; 2.2.3. Problem of color constancy; 2.3. Color constancy models; 2.3.1. Model of the human visual system; 2.3.2. Von Kries diagonal model; 2.3.3. Land theory; 2.4. Color correction algorithms; 2.4.1. Gray world; 2.4.2. Retinex theory; 2.4.3. Gamut conversion; 2.4.4. Probabilistic methods; 2.4.5. Method based on neural networks; 2.4.6. ACE: automatic color equalization
2.4.7. Methods combining several approaches2.5. Comparison of color constancy algorithms; 2.5.1. Algorithms evaluation; 2.5.2. Examples of applications with specific patterns; 2.6. Conclusion; 2.7. Bibliography; Chapter 3. Color Appearance Models; 3.1. Introduction; 3.2. The two perceptual phenomena of color appearance; 3.3. The main components of a CAM; 3.3.1. Chromatic adaptation models; 3.3.2. The perceptual attributes; 3.3.3. General architecture of CAMs standardized by the CIE; 3.4. The CIECAM02; 3.4.1. Input data; 3.4.2. The chromatic adaptation transform
3.4.3. The appearance attributes3.5. Conclusion; 3.6. Bibliography; Chapter 4. Rendering and Computer Graphics; 4.1. Introduction; 4.2. Reflection and representation models of light sources; 4.2.1. Concept of luminance; 4.2.2. Representation of the light sources; 4.2.3. Reflection and refraction models; 4.3. Simulation of light propagation; 4.3.1. Light propagation model: the rendering equation; 4.3.2. Solution of the rendering equation; 4.4. Display of results; 4.4.1. LDR and HDR Images; 4.4.2. Tone mapping; 4.4.3. Management of spectral aspects; 4.4.4. Computer graphics and perception
4.5. Conclusion4.6. Bibliography; Chapter 5. Image Sensor Technology; 5.1. Photodetection principle; 5.1.1. The photodiode; 5.1.2. The photoMOS; 5.2. Imagers; 5.2.1. CMOS and CCD technologies; 5.2.2. CCD (charge coupled device) imager principle; 5.2.3. CMOS imagers principle; 5.2.4. Photodiode pixel in current mode; 5.2.5. Photodiode pixel in integration mode; 5.3. Spectral sensitivity of imagers; 5.4. Color acquisition systems; 5.5. Through monochrome camera; 5.6. Tri-sensor systems; 5.7. Color camera based on color filter arrays; 5.7.1. Types of filters; 5.8. Variants of integrated sensors
5.8.1. Backside illumination: Sony, Omnivision
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
Fernández-Maloigne, Christine, editor.
Robert-Inacio, Frédérique, editor.
Macaire, Ludovic, editor.
ISBN:
1-118-56268-2
1-118-56324-7
1-118-56269-0
1-299-18892-3
OCLC:
828299295