Color Preference and Personality Modeling Using Fuzzy Reasoning Rule
Human ability to perceive colors is a very subjective matter. The task of measuring and analyzing appropriate colors from colored images, which matches human sensitivity for perceiving colors has been a challenge to the research community. In this paper we propose a novel approach, which involves the use of fuzzy logic and reasoning to analyze the RGB color intensities extracted from sensory inputs to understand human sensitivity for various colors. Based on this approach, an intelligent system has been built to predict the subject’s personality. The results of experiments conducted with this system are discussed in the paper.
KeywordsMembership Function Fuzzy Logic Color Preference Personality Modeling Color Palate
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