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Practical Color Measurement. A Primer for the Beginner, A Reminder for the Expert. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2180909
  • Book
  • May 1994
  • 192 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
"How large are the differences between the two samples to bematched?" "Can I use the measurement technique to help reproducethe color of a sample?" These two questions can be critical to thesuccessful completion of a sale or the budgeting of a product, run,but they are not always easily answered. Some color measurementsoftware systems give the appearance of greater accuracy than theycan actually deliver. Practical Color Measurement tells youeverything you need to know about the principles and limitations ofcomputerized color measuring systems. Mathematics and opticaltheory are kept to a minimum, replaced by numerous real-lifeexamples based on normal production samples, detailed tables, andthe practical knowledge gained by Anni Berger-Schunn through manyyears of professional experience and research. You will learn howto:

Apply critical analysis to the numbers supplied by colormeasurement systems

Determine just how large the difference between two samples isUse the measuring technique to help reproduce the color of a sampleAnd more
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Description of Perceived Colors with the Aid of Numbers.

Calculation of Color Difference.

Metamerism.

Color Measurement Systems;
Measurement of Fluorescent Samples and Whiteness.

Correlation Between Reflectance (Transmittance) and ColorantConcentration, Examination of Colorant Strength, and Computer ColorMatching.

Influence of the Sample on the Accuracy of ColorMeasurements.

Appendix.

Bibliography.
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Anni Berger-Schunn
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