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Obtaining Spectral Data for Colorimetry

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Author(s)

Yoshihiro Ohno

Abstract

Simulation analyses have been conducted on the colorimetric errors associated with the data interval, bandpass, and wavelength errors of a spectrometer, using spectral data of 43 object color samples including those from CIE 13.3, BCRA tiles, and the Macbeth ColorChecker. The results showed that errors due to abridgement to 5 nm intervals compared with the standard 1 nm intervals are negligible (
Proceedings Title
Commission Internationale De L'eclairage, Session | 25th | | CIE
Volume
152
Conference Dates
June 26-28, 2003
Conference Title
Publications Commission Internationale De L'Eclairage CIE

Keywords

blondel-Rey, effective intensity, flashing light, photometry, pulsed light, visual range

Citation

Ohno, Y. (2003), Obtaining Spectral Data for Colorimetry, Commission Internationale De L'eclairage, Session | 25th | | CIE (Accessed June 14, 2024)

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Created June 1, 2003, Updated February 17, 2017