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The science of color

edited by Steven K. Shevell.

2nd ed.

Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier ; [United States] : Optical Society of America, ©2003.

ix, 339 pgs. : ilustraciones (some col.), col. map ; 27 cm.

ISBN: 0444512519 (acid-free paper), 9780444540201

Resumen: The Science of Color focuses on the foundations of modern color science. Written for a broad scientific audience, the book reviews principles and facts with enduring value for understanding the interdisciplinary field of color, drawing from physics, physiology and psychology. The level and breadth of coverage are appropriate for anyone with a scientific background and an interest in color, including computer scientists, engineers, neuroscientists, physicians, physicists, physiologists and psychologists. Each chapter begins with a detailed outline that summarizes the organization and breadth of its material. The outlines are valuable guides to chapter structure, and useful navigation tools for finding material at the reader's preferred level of depth. The legendary original edition of The Science of Color was written by a committee of 23, and published by the Optical Society of America (OSA) in 1953. It was sold for more than 40 years after eight printings. This second edition is completely new, and written by a smaller group of distinguished experts. Among the 11 authors are eight OSA fellows, five past or present chairs of the OSA Color Technical Group, and the two most recent editors for color at the Journal of the Optical Society of America A. The topics in every chapter are covered by recognized authorities.

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