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Edge-Aware Color Appearance

Kim, MH; Ritschel, T; Kautz, J; (2011) Edge-Aware Color Appearance. ACM T GRAPHIC , 30 (2) , Article 13. 10.1145/1944846.1944853.

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Abstract

Color perception is recognized to vary with surrounding spatial structure, but the impact of edge smoothness on color has not been studied in color appearance modeling. In this work, we study the appearance of color under different degrees of edge smoothness. A psychophysical experiment was conducted to quantify the change in perceived lightness, colorfulness, and hue with respect to edge smoothness. We confirm that color appearance, in particular lightness, changes noticeably with increased smoothness. Based on our experimental data, we have developed a computational model that predicts this appearance change. The model can be integrated into existing color appearance models. We demonstrate the applicability of our model on a number of examples.

Type:Article
Title:Edge-Aware Color Appearance
DOI:10.1145/1944846.1944853
Keywords:Experimentation, Human Factors, Color appearance, psychophysics, visual perception, INDUCTION, CONTRAST
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science

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