Petr P Nikolaev

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Color constancy is the term given to the ability to recognize the color of objects correctly under different conditions of illumination. For this purpose the visual system must determine the character of the illumination, introduce a correction for it into the spectal composition of the light received from the object, and hence recreate the true color of(More)
A description is presented of a trichromatic model of colour constancy (MCC) of objects with concavities: folds, holes and so on. MCC involves the system of algorithmically independent processing blocks of the image heterarchically interacting and creating at its outlet a triparametric estimation of surface reflectance of each object of the picture. This(More)
The color constancy is the ability to recognize correctly the colours of the objects under different illuminations. For this purpose the visual system must identify the character of illumination and estimate the colour of the object, using the light reflected from this object according to the spectrum of illumination. The behavioral experiments with fishes(More)
General methods are described for calculating some functions of spectral parameters of illumination sources invariant to illumination changes within the limits of uniformly colored non-plane surface. Relation is shown between the number of linearly-independent acceptors of the system necessary for plotting such invariant and the complexity degree of(More)
The problem of recognition of coloration of volume objects, illuminated simultaneously with bright point ans weak diffuse sources (having arbirary and previously unknown spectra) is considered. A mathematical model, in which a process of recognition of coloration is accompanied by determining orientations of surface elements relatively the point source is(More)