A Ground Truth Data Set for Nikon Camera's Spectral Sensitivity Estimation
We use the obtained ground truth spectral sensitivity functions to evaluate the performance of some estimation algorithms reported in the literature. We conclude that the estimated sensitivities are not as accurate as the ground truth spectral sensitivities and further improvements are required. We validate previous work, which shows that a known camera basis provides a powerful constraint for estimation.
We have made the ground truth spectral sensitivities measured at NPL along with the detailed uncertainty levels available online for the community to use as a reference data set.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 3, 2014
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