Color constancy and non-uniform illumination: Can existing algorithms work?

@article{Bleier2011ColorCA,
  title={Color constancy and non-uniform illumination: Can existing algorithms work?},
  author={Michael Bleier and Christian Riess and Shida Beigpour and Eva Eibenberger and Elli Angelopoulou and Tobias Tr{\"o}ger and Andr{\'e} Kaup},
  journal={2011 IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision Workshops (ICCV Workshops)},
  year={2011},
  pages={774-781}
}
The color and distribution of illuminants can significantly alter the appearance of a scene. The goal of color constancy (CC) is to remove the color bias introduced by the illuminants. Most existing CC algorithms assume a uniformly illuminated scene. However, more often than not, this assumption is an insufficient approximation of real-world illumination conditions (multiple light sources, shadows, interreflections, etc.). Thus, illumination should be locally determined, taking under… CONTINUE READING
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