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Volume: 10 | Article ID: art00026
Minimal Knowledge versus the Real World
  DOI :  10.2352/CIC.2002.10.1.art00026  Published OnlineJanuary 2002

In this paper we show that Viggiano's Minimal Knowledge assumption can be used for color correction when the illumination is known. Indeed, given a known illuminant we find that real data is well modelled by the Minimal Knowledge assumption. Experiments demonstrate that color correction based on the Minimal Knowledge assumption is similar to that based on real data.

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Graham D. Finlayson, Julia Paul, "Minimal Knowledge versus the Real Worldin Proc. IS&T 10th Color and Imaging Conf.,  2002,  pp 133 - 138,

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