Artificial neural nets in color measurements
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An integral colorimeter that functions according to the principles of artificial neural nets is proposed. Methods of increasing the precision of reproduction of the relative spectral sensitivity of the colorimeter’s measurement channels, which must correspond to the color addition function of a standard observer in the course of production, are considered.
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