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Computational Color: Representation, Constancy and Psychophysics

New Trends and Challenges in Computer Vision: Progress of Research and Development - 2009
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Computational Color is a multidisciplinar research field. In this paper we will focus on its applications to Computer Vision. Color in Computer Vision has been used in different tasks: Segmentation [4], Object Recognition [12], Saliency [11], Induction [14], Naming [1], Constancy [10]... The aim of this paper is to review about some of these topics and the authors’ contributions to them. In particular we will discuss three different open problems: Color Representation, Color Constancy and Psychophysical evaluation.

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@InProceedings\{VaV2009a,
  author       = "Javier Vazquez-Corral and Maria Vanrell",
  title        = "Computational Color: Representation, Constancy and Psychophysics",
  booktitle    = "New Trends and Challenges in Computer Vision: Progress of Research and Development",
  year         = "2009",
  abstract     = "Computational Color is a multidisciplinar research
field. In this paper we will focus on its applications
to Computer Vision. Color in Computer Vision
has been used in different tasks: Segmentation
[4], Object Recognition [12], Saliency [11], Induction
[14], Naming [1], Constancy [10]... The aim
of this paper is to review about some of these topics
and the authors\’ contributions to them. In particular
we will discuss three different open problems:
Color Representation, Color Constancy and Psychophysical
evaluation.",
  url          = "http://www.cat.uab.cat/Public/Publications/2009/VaV2009a"
}

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