Checking Recent Colour-Difference Formulas with a Dataset of Metallic Samples and Just Noticeable Colour-Difference Assessments

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Checking Recent Colour-Difference Formulas with a Dataset of Metallic Samples and Just Noticeable Colour-Difference Assessments
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Part Number
36
Number of Parts
43
Author
Huertas, Rafael
Tremeau, Alain
Melgosa, Manuel
Gomez-Robledo, Luis
Cui, Guihua
Luo, M. Ronnier
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CC Attribution - NoDerivatives 2.0 UK: England & Wales:
You are free to use, copy, distribute and transmit the work or content in unchanged form for any legal purpose as long as the work is attributed to the author in the manner specified by the author or licensor.
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River Valley TV
Release Date
2011
Language
English
Production Place
Joensuu, Finland

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Abstract
Several colour-difference formulas have been proposed since the last recommendation of CIEDE2000 by the “Commission Internationale de L’Eclairage” (CIE) in 2001. Some of them have been tested using the same dataset used to fit them. Thus, it is of great interest to check the performance of these formulas with new experimental datasets. On the other hand, some previous studies show that many colour-difference formulas perform quite badly in the very small colour difference range of 0 to 1 CIELAB units. This paper pursues these two goals. The colour-difference formulas DIN99d, OSA-GP, OSA-GP Euclidean (OSA-GPE), CAM02-SCD and CAM02-UCS are tested with a new experimental dataset, which has been carried out in the Laboratoire Hubert Curien of Saint Etienne (France) in two different modes, physical metallic samples and virtual samples displayed in a LCD monitor. This new dataset is composed by 390 colour pairs arranged around 16 colour centres with colour differences in the range 0.14 to 2.14 CIELAB units, with an average value of 0.80. In this work only just noticeable differences have been considered from this dataset. The results show a bad performance of all studied colour-difference formulas for just noticeable colour differences, in agreement with previous studies. Further research must be conducted to fit colourdifference formulae to this important range of colour differences.
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The 5th European Conference on Colour in Graphics, Imaging
Vision and the 12th International Symposium on Multispectral Colour Science
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