ICAM (Color Appearance Model)

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iCAM is a color appearance model developed by Mark D. Fairchild and Garrett M. Johnson that was published in 2002 at the IS&T/SID 10th Color Imaging Conference in Scottsdale.[1]

It has been recognized that there are significant aspects of color appearance phenomena that are not described well, if at all, by models such as CIECAM97s or CIECAM02.[2]

The requirements for such a model include[2]

References

  1. ^ Munsell Color Science Laboratory Website Content Author (2009). "iCAM: An Image Appearance Model". Munsell Color Science Laboratory.
  2. ^ a b Mark D. Fairchild, Garrett M. Johnson (2002). "Meet iCAM: A Next-Generation Color Appearance Model".

External links

  • iCAM: An Image Appearance Model at the Munsell Color Science Laboratoryn Website
  • The iCAM framework for image appearance, image differences, and image quality M.D. Fairchild and G.M. Johnson, Journal of Electronic Imaging (2004)
  • Rendering HDR images G.M. Johnson and M.D. Fairchild, IS&T/SID 11th Color Imaging Conference (2003)
  • Measuring images: Differences, Quality, and Appearance G.M. Johnson and M.D. Fairchild, SPIE/IS&T Electronic Imaging Conference (2003)
  • Image appearance modeling M.D. Fairchild and G.M. Johnson, SPIE/IS&T Electronic Imaging Conference (2003)
  • Meet iCAM: An Image Color Appearance Model M.D. Fairchild and G.M. Johnson, IS&T/SID 10th Color Imaging Conference (2002)


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