Measuring the Uncertainty of Colour Matching

@inproceedings{Luo2005MeasuringTU,
  title={Measuring the Uncertainty of Colour Matching},
  author={Weiqi Luo and M. Ronnier Luo and Stephen Westland and Arthur Tarrant and Alec Robertson},
  year={2005}
}
This study investigated various uncertainties in colour matching, including matching stimulus and measuring instruments (such as random fluctuation, drift over time, spatial uniformity, temperature), calibration (photometric, wavelength and additivity) and observer (intraand inter agreements). From the research results, it was found that the observer error was the major source of errors in colour matching, which was about 10 times of instrumental uncertainties. While among the instrumental… CONTINUE READING

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