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Volume: 2 | Article ID: art00009
When to Use Linear Models for Color Calibration
  DOI :  10.2352/CIC.1994.2.1.art00009  Published OnlineJanuary 1994

With the advent of vector-space approaches, linear estimation techniques can be used in various ways for different imaging scenarios. We compare two methods for constructing linear models for surface reflectance spectra, the Principal-Components Analysis (PCA) and the One-Mode Analysis (OMA) applied in simulating image capture under a number of realistic lighting conditions. We demonstrate that successfully using such methods depends on the exact problem at hand.

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Doron Sherman, Joyce E. Farrell, "When to Use Linear Models for Color Calibrationin Proc. IS&T 2nd Color and Imaging Conf.,  1994,  pp 33 - 36,

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