Trichromatic Approximation Method for Surface Illumination
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The problem of approximating the tristimulus coordinates of light reflected from a surface from those of the source and the surface is considered. A variation on a well-known and widely used approximate method for accomplishing this task is presented. This variation uses the <i>XYZ</i> primaries that have unique properties that yield a straightforward analysis of the approximation error. We develop the notion of a calorimetric seminorm and derive an error bound by using techniques from functional analysis. This approach gives some useful insight into the factors that affect accuracy.
Journal of the Optical Society of America A, Vol. 8, No. 8, August 1991, pp. 1319-1323.
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