Temporal-color space analysis of reflection

  title={Temporal-color space analysis of reflection},
  author={Yoichi Sato and Katsushi Ikeuchi},
We propose a novel method to analyze a sequence of color images. A series of color images is examined in a four-dimensional space, which we call the temporal-color space, whose axes are the three color axes red, green, and blue and one temporal axis. The significance of the temporal-color space lies in its ability to represent the change of image color with time. A conventional color space analysis yields a histogram of the colors in an image, only for an instant of time. Conceptually, the two… CONTINUE READING
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