Chromatic Content of Spectral Lights

@article{Ingling1996ChromaticCO,
  title={Chromatic Content of Spectral Lights},
  author={C R Ingling and J P Barley and NADEEM GHANI},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1996},
  volume={36},
  pages={2537-2551}
}
Using three novel formats, we compare four estimates of the spectral sensitivity of the opponent stage channels: a Linear Model, Jameson and Hurvich's [Journal of the Optical Society of America, 45, 546-552 (1955)] hue cancellation sensitivities, Gordon and Abramov's [Optical Society of America Technical Digest Series, 15, 12-15 (1987)] hue scaling, and hue matching. The three formats are: the spectrum locus in the opponent equiluminant plane, null lines in the CIE XYZ chart and response… CONTINUE READING

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