Diagonal transforms suffice for color constancy

@inproceedings{Finlayson1993DiagonalTS,
  title={Diagonal transforms suffice for color constancy},
  author={Graham D. Finlayson and Mark S. Drew and Brian V. Funt},
  booktitle={ICCV},
  year={1993}
}
This paper’s main result is to show that under the conditions imposed b y the MaloneyWandell color constancy algorithm, color constancy can in fact he expressed in terms of a simple independent adjustment of the sensor responses-in other words as a uon Kries adaptation t ype of coeficient rule algorithm-so long as the sensor space is first transformed to a new hasis. Our overall goal is to present a theoretical analysis connecting many established theories of color constancy. For the case where… CONTINUE READING
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