Dishna R. Wanasinghe

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The paper describes a study of how Japanese and Sinhala naive viewers use modifiers to describe differences in color tones. Three sequences of color tone stimuli were created for three hues, red, green and blue by varying just two parameters, saturation and value. Two methods were employed to study how naive viewers use modifiers to describe differences in(More)
This paper suggests a further improvement to ISCC-NBS naming system for determining exact boundary color tone between color modifiers that associated each region on the Munsell color space. Three sequences of color tone stimuli were created for three fundamental hues red, green and blue by varying just two parameters, saturation and value. Two experiments(More)
When the spectra of impact sounds exhibit a substantial resonant peak, there is a small set of onomatopoeic words describing such sounds in common use in the Japanese language. Whether the bandwidth of the resonance is narrow (e.g., 7 Hz) or more broad (e.g., 70 Hz), native speakers of Japanese show a strong consensus regarding which onomatopoeic words(More)
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