Colour by Correlation : A Simple , Unifying Framework for Colour Constancy

@inproceedings{Finlayson2002ColourBC,
  title={Colour by Correlation : A Simple , Unifying Framework for Colour Constancy},
  author={Graham D. Finlayson and Steven D. Hordley and Paul M. Hubel},
  year={2002}
}
This paper considers the problem of illuminant estimation: how, given an image of a scene, recorded under an unknown light, we can recover an estimate of that light. Obtaining such an estimate is a central part of solving the colour constancy problem that is of recovering an illuminant independent representation of the re ectances in a scene. Thus the work presented here will have applications in elds such as colour based object recognition and digital photography, where solving the colour… CONTINUE READING

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