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Colorimetry: Understanding the CIE System summarizes and explains the standards of CIE colorimetry in one comprehensive source.
Presents the material in a tutorial form, for easy understanding by students and engineers dealing with colorimetry.
Provides an overview of the area of CIE colorimetry, including colorimetric principles, the historical background of colorimetric measurements, uncertainty analysis, open problems of colorimetry and their possible solutions, etc.
Includes several appendices, which provide a listing of CIE colorimetric tables as well as an annotated list of CIE publications.
Commemorates the 75th anniversary of the CIE's System of Colorimetry.
Appendix 2: Uncertainties in Spectral Color Measurement (James L. Gardner).
Appendix 3: Use of CIE Colorimetry in the Pulp, Paper, and Textile Industries (Robert Hirschler and Joanne Zwinkels).
Appendix 4: List of CIE Publications.
Janos Schanda, PhD, is Professor Emeritus of the University of Pannonia in Hungary, where he taught colorimetry and visual ergonomics. He headed the Department of Image Processing and Neurocomputing between 1996 and 2000, and served as secretary of the CIE. He is a member of the advisory boards of
Color Research and Application,
Lighting Research and Technology,
Light and Engineering, and
Journal of Light and Visual Environment.
The definitive reference on CIE colorimetry
Since 1931, the CIE (the International Commission on Illumination, abbreviated as CIE from the original French, Commission Internationale de l′Eclairage) has set colorimetric standards and procedures that are now integral in performing laboratory and industrial color measurements. Over the past seventy–six years, the CIE has periodically issued updates and further recommendations regarding colorimetry; this book compiles this information in one practical, comprehensive resource that:
Addresses all aspects of CIE colorimetry, including: basic principles, colorimetric measurements and calculations (including uncertainty analysis), color difference and color appearance evaluation, color management, visual fundamentals and their implications in updating the colorimetric system (i.e., temporal and spatial problems), and more
Covers the historical background of colorimetric measurements, recent developments, and future perspectives
Helps readers understand the fundamentals and properly use the current international standards and recommendations
Presents the material?in a tutorial format that is accessible to both professionals in the field and students
Includes several appendices, with a listing of CIE publications and more
This is the single–source, hands–on reference for color and vision scientists, industrial color engineers, and lighting and optical engineers. It is also an excellent textbook for upper–level undergraduate or graduate courses dealing with colorimetry.