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Visible Light-Based Human Visual System Conceptual Model

@article{Prangnell2016VisibleLH,
  title={Visible Light-Based Human Visual System Conceptual Model},
  author={Lee Prangnell},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1609.04830}
}
There is a widely held belief in the digital image and video processing community, which is as follows: the Human Visual System (HVS) is more sensitive to luminance (often confused with brightness) than photon energies (often confused with chromaticity and chrominance). Passages similar to the following occur with high frequency in the peer reviewed literature and academic text books: “the HVS is much more sensitive to brightness than colour” or “the HVS is much more sensitive to luma than… Expand

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