The book Introduction to Color Imaging Science is targeted to engineers and scientists whose work requires an understanding of the fundamental physical, mathematical and psychophysical principles of the practice. Engineers working in sensing, computing and display technologies often encounter aspects of color imaging that are not addressed in traditional training programs. To help fill the gap, the 715-page volume explores areas such as radiometry, photometry, colorimetry, light sources, scene physics, optical image formation, light/matter interaction, lens aberrations and image irradiance, the anatomy of the eye, the human visual system and visual psychophysics. Hsien-Che Lee; Cambridge University Press, UK, 2005; $110.
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