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In a gamut-mapping algorithm, the diagonal model is adopted. Therefore, color constancy is attained in two stages. First, the set of all possible illuminants consistent with a given set of image data is recovered. Then, from this feasible set, a single illuminant is chosen as an estimate of the unknown scene illuminant. In a gamut-mapping algorithm, the diagonal model is adopted. Therefore, a set of diagonal matrices that map the sensor responses under illuminant o, [Lo , Mo , So ], to the sensor responses under the canonical illuminant c, [Lc , Mc , Sc ], is obtained.
Chroma is another perceptual attribute related to the perceived colorfulness. Chroma is the colorfulness of an area judged as a proportion of the brightness of a similarly illuminated white area. 2. Lightness is a relative perceptual attribute of a color related to the perceptual brightness. Lightness can be defined as the brightness of an area relative to the brightness of an equally illuminated white area. 1). 6 for details. 16) where δ represents the Dirac delta function; thus, the three sources of light have an amount of power equal to unity.
It should be noted that this last observation may also be explained with the chromatic adaptation process performed by the HVS . The Nature and Representation of Color Images 29 The observations described above led Hering to propose the opponent color vision theory. According to Hering’s theory, three independent variables form the basis for color vision; these variables are three pairs of visual processes associated with three pairs of unique color sensations. The two members of each pair are opponents, in the sense that, at any given instant, the variable can only signal one of the two paired sensations.