Comparison of the accuracy of different white-balancing options as quantified by their color constancy

  title={Comparison of the accuracy of different white-balancing options as quantified by their color constancy},
  author={J. Viggiano},
  booktitle={IS\&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging},
  • J. Viggiano
  • Published in IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging 2004
  • Engineering, Computer Science
Six different methods for white-balancing digital images were compared in terms of their ability to produce white-balanced colors close to those viewed under a specific viewing illuminant. [...] Key Method 4096 different sets of camera sensitivities were synthesized; 170 objects were evaluated under a canonical viewing illuminant (D65) and six additional taking illuminants (A, D50, D75, F2, F7, and F11). Each white balancing method was exercised in turn, and the mean and 90th percentile ΔE*ab were determined…Expand
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