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Color Appearance and Spatial Related Color Gamut Mapping

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This paper proposes an algorithm named Color Appearance and Spatial Related Color Gamut Mapping(CASRCGM).This algorithm is using the image Color Appearance Model (iCAM) as standard connection space. Color appearance attributes like lightness (J), chroma (C), and hue (h) as mapping variables are used for color gamut mapping. Confirmatory experiments of CASRCGM were based on a digital workflow with color inkjet printer. Eight digital originals were transformed from source image gamut to target printer's gamut. Control group was tested with CIE recommended Algorithms HPMinΔE and SGCK. After pairwise comparisons on monitors, psychophysical visual evaluation on images after mapping were carried out. The results indicated that the proposed Algorithm are better than those recommended by CIE in mapping accuracy and uniformity of color appearance.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2013-01-01

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