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    Colorimetry Fundamentals and Applications

    ISBN-10: 0470094729
    ISBN-13: 9780470094723
    Edition: 2005
    Author(s): Noboru Ohta, Alan Robertson
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    Copyright Year: 2005
    Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
    Publication Date: 12/16/2005
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 350
    Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
    Weight: 1.386
    Language: English

    Alan Robertson grew up hunting, fishing, and helping build thenbsp;family business in the 1970snbsp;and '80s. Alan leftnbsp;Duck Commandernbsp;when he received the call for ministry in 1988 and served as a senior pastor in West Monroe, Lousiana, until 2012, when he rejoined the Duck Commander clan. Alan received an associate's degree from White's Ferry Road School of Biblical Studies and a bachelornbsp;in ministry from Sunset International Bible Institute. He lives in West Monroe, Louisiana, with his wife, Lisa, his two grown daughters, andnbsp;two grandchildren.

    About the Authors
    Series Preface
    Light, Vision and Photometry
    Mechanism of the Human Eye
    Adaptation and Responsivity of the Human Eye
    Spectral Responsivity and the Standard Photometric Observer
    Definition of Photometric Quantities
    Photometric Units
    Calculation and Measurement of Photometric Quantities
    Relations Between Photometric Quantities
    Luminous Exitance, Illuminance, and Luminance of a Perfect Diffusing Plane Light Source
    Luminance and Brightness
    Color Vision and Color Specification Systems
    Mechanism of Color Vision
    Chemistry of Color Vision
    Color Specification and Terminology
    Munsell Color System
    Color System Using Additive Color Mixing
    Colorfulness, Chroma and Saturation
    CIE Standard Colorimetric System
    RGB Color Specification System
    Conversion into XYZ Color Specification System
    X10Y10Z10 Color Specification System
    Tristimulus Values and Chromaticity Coordinates
    Dominant Wavelength and Purity
    Color Temperature and Correlated Color Temperature
    Illuminants and Light Sources
    Standard and Supplementary Illuminants
    Derivation of Color Matching Functions from Guild and Wright's Results
    Conversion between Color Specification Systems
    Conversion into XYZ Color Specification System
    Imaginary Colors [X] and [Z]
    Photometric Quantities in the X10Y10Z10 Color System
    Origin of the Term 'Metamerism'
    Simple Methods for Obtaining Correlated Color Temperature
    Color Temperature Conversion Filter
    Spectral Distribution of Black-body Radiation
    Uniform Color Spaces
    Uniform Chromaticity Diagrams
    Uniform Lightness Scales (ULS)
    CIE Uniform Color Spaces
    Correlates of Perceived Attributes
    Comparing CIELAB and CIELUV Color Spaces
    Conversion of Color Difference
    Color Difference Equations Based on CIELAB
    Calculation of Munsell Value V from Luminous Reflectance Y
    Modified CIELAB and CIELUV Equations for Dark Colors
    Other Color Difference Formulas
    Direct Calculation of Hue Difference �H*
    Measurement and Calculation of Colorimetric Values
    Direct Measurement of Tristimulus Values
    Spectral Colorimetry
    Geometrical Conditions for Measurement
    Calculation of Colorimetric Values
    Colorimetric Values in CIELAB and CIELUV Uniform Color Spaces
    Spectral Colorimetry of Fluorescent Materials
    Reference Standard for Reflection Measurements
    Evolution of CIE Standard Colorimetric System
    Additive Mixing
    Subtractive Mixing
    Maximum Value of Luminous Efficacy and Optimal Colors
    Chromatic Adaptation Process
    von Kries' Predictive Equation for Chromatic Adaptation
    CIE Predictive Equations for Chromatic Adaptation
    Color Vision Models
    Color Appearance Models
    Analysis of Metamerism
    Color Mixing Rule
    Lambert-Beer Law
    Method for Calculating the Maximum Value of the Luminous Efficacy of Radiation
    Method for Calculating Optimal Colors
    Method for Obtaining Fundamental Spectral Responsivities

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