Material and lighting dimensions of object colour

@article{Tokunaga2010MaterialAL,
  title={Material and lighting dimensions of object colour},
  author={Rumi Tokunaga and Alexander D. Logvinenko},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={50},
  pages={1740-1747}
}
The dimensionality of the object colour manifold was studied using a multidimensional scaling technique, which allows for the representation of a set of coloured papers as a configuration in a Euclidean space where the distance between papers corresponds to the perceptual dissimilarities between them. When the papers are evenly illuminated they can be arranged as a three-dimensional configuration. This is in line with the generally accepted view that the object colour space is three-dimensional… CONTINUE READING

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