Linearity of hue cancellation in sex-linked dichromacy.

@article{Knoblauch1985LinearityOH,
  title={Linearity of hue cancellation in sex-linked dichromacy.},
  author={Kenneth Knoblauch and Lawrence Sirovich and Billy R. Wooten},
  journal={Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics and image science},
  year={1985},
  volume={2 2},
  pages={136-46}
}
The results of several recent studies concur in the finding that for normal trichromats red-green hue-cancellation data obey linearity properties over rather general conditions, but for most observers yellow-blue hue-cancellation data do not. It is of interest to examine the question of cancellation linearity in sex-linked dichromats under the assumption that they represent reduced systems. We measured both the wavelength of the spectral achromatic point over a large range of intensities and… CONTINUE READING

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