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1050 813 - Color Modeling
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Rochester Institute of Technology Rochester New York COLLEGE of SCIENCE Chester F Carlson Center for Imaging Science Color Modeling 1050 813 1051 776 1 0 Title Color Modeling Date May 6 2004 Credit Hours 4 Prerequisite s Applied Colorimetry 1050 702 or 1051 775 Color Measurement Lab I and II 1050 721 and 1050 722 Course proposed by Roy S Berns 2 0 Course information Classroom Lab Studio Other specify Contact hours 3 3 Quarter s offered check Fall Winter Maximum students section 20 20 X Spring Summer Students required to take this course Color Science MS PhD Imaging Science MS PhD color imaging track Students who might elect to take the course Graduate students in printing 3 0 Goals of the course To provide an in depth knowledge of modeling techniques used in coloration systems To gain experience using multivariate statistics and nonlinear optimization To understand the trade offs between analytical and empirical models To improve technical writing skills 4 0 Course description 1050 813 Color Modeling This course explores mathematical techniques for predicting the spectral and colorimetric properties of colored materials and images from user controlled drive signals Color systems that are modeled include paint computer controlled LCD continuous and halftone printing and spectral cameras Accompanying laboratory stresses the use of multivariate statistics nonlinear optimization and technical writing Final laboratory consists of a spectral based color reproduction system including input display and printed output 1050 702 Class 3 Laboratory 3 Credit 4 S 5 0 Possible resources 5 1 Berns R S Billmeyer and Saltzman s Principles of Color Technology 3rd Ed Wiley Interscience New York 2000 5 2 Assigned journal and proceedings papers 6 0 Topics outline 6 1 6 2 6 3 6 4 6 5 6 6 6 7 6 8 6 9 A generic approach to color modeling Bouguer and Beer s law Kubelka Munk turbid media theory Spectral matching algorithms Colorimetric matching algorithms Use of Kubelka Munk theory in the



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