CIE Chromatic Adaptation; Comparison of von Kries, CIELAB, CMCCAT97 and CAT02
According to the CIE International Lighting Vocabulary , chromatic adaptation is a visual process whereby approximate compensation is made for changes in the colors of stimuli, especially in the case of changes in illuminants. The effect can be predicted by a chromatic adaptation transform (CAT) which is used to predict the corresponding colors, a pair of color stimuli that have same color appearance when one is seen under one illuminant and the other is seen under the other illuminant.
CAT is used for many industrial applications. For example, it is highly desired to produce color constant merchandise, i.e., products do not change color appearance across different illuminants. A color inconstancy index named CMCCON02 was proposed by the Colour Measurement Committee (CMC) of the Society of Dyers and Colourists (SDC) . CAT is a key element in the color inconstancy index. It was later become the ISO standard for textile applications ....
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