A Perceptual Comparison of Distance Measures for Color Constancy Algorithms

  title={A Perceptual Comparison of Distance Measures for Color Constancy Algorithms},
  author={Arjan Gijsenij and Theo Gevers and Marcel P. Lucassen},
Color constancy is the ability to measure image features independent of the color of the scene illuminant and is an important topic in color and computer vision. As many color constancy algorithms exist, different distance measures are used to compute their accuracy. In general, these distances measures are based on mathematical principles such as the angular error and Euclidean distance. However, it is unknown to what extent these distance measures correlate to human vision. Therefore, in this… CONTINUE READING
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