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Categories: Color space, Visual perception, Cognitive modeling, Color appearance models, All articles needing additional references
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color appearance model  Bartleson-Breneman effect  Bartleson–Breneman effect  CIECAM97s  colour appearance model
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A color appearance model is a mathematical model that seeks to describe the perceptual aspects of human color vision, i.e. viewing conditions under which the appearance of a color does not tally with the corresponding physical measurement of the stimulus source. Wikipedia
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A color appearance model is a mathematical model that seeks to describe the perceptual aspects of human color vision, i.e. viewing conditions under which the appearance of a color does not tally with the corresponding physical measurement of the stimulus source. Wikipedia
Any mathematical model describing human perception of colors Wikidata