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Quantifying Spectral Sensitivity Mismatch Using a Metameric Color Rule
  DOI :  10.2352/J.lmagingSci.Technol.2018.62.5.050402  Published OnlineNovember 2018
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A new camera metric is proposed based, in concept, on the vision test devised by Davidson and Hemmendinger. The "D&H Color Rule" is a set of two linear patch arrays containing at most one match for near-normal color observers. The match selected by an observer can provide an indication of how that observer's color vision relates to others. Comparisons may be made to a group of interest, or more commonly, to a CIE Standard Observer. For this research, two image targets have been created, one physical and one virtual, each with a family of spectra related in much the same way as the colors in the original D&H Rule. These targets can be physically imaged or virtually modeled to predict camera RGB, and then CIELAB with a color profile. The camera can then be judged as to what degree its output matches that of a CIE Standard Observer. © 2018 Society for Imaging Science and Technology.

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David R. Wyble, Roy S. Berns, "Quantifying Spectral Sensitivity Mismatch Using a Metameric Color Rulein Proc. IS&T 26th Color and Imaging Conf.,  2018,  pp 330 - 335,  https://doi.org/10.2352/J.lmagingSci.Technol.2018.62.5.050402

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