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Photometry

  • Kohei Narisada
  • Duco Schreuder
Part of the Astrophysics and Space Science Library book series (ASSL, volume 322)

Abstract

Both in engineering and in astronomy, photometry is essential. Photometry makes it possible to express lighting and vision phenomena in a quantitative way, to define them, and to compare results with those of other researchers or of other laboratories. Photometry is a branch of experimental natural science. To deal with matters of lighting and vision in a scientific way, the first thing is to quantify light. For this purpose, the quantities of and the units of the light are strictly and precisely defined and described in the International Lighting Vocabulary that is published by CIE. This vocabulary is based on the ISO-Standards of weights and measures.

Keywords

Road Surface Luminous Intensity Luminous Flux Light Pollution Porous Asphalt 
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