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The Effect of Color Space Selection on Detectability and Discriminability of Colored Objects

  title={The Effect of Color Space Selection on Detectability and Discriminability of Colored Objects},
  author={Amir Rasouli and John K. Tsotsos},
In this paper, we investigate the effect of color space selection on detectability and discriminability of colored objects under various conditions. 20 color spaces from the literature are evaluated on a large dataset of simulated and real images. We measure the suitability of color spaces from two different perspectives: detectability and discriminability of various color groups. Through experimental evaluation, we found that there is no single optimal color space suitable for all color groups… Expand
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