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Study Guide for Quiz 1 These are not necessarily questions that will be on the exam, and they are not comprehensive (i.e. you are responsible for material in lectures and reading even if it is not represented in these questions.) However, this is provided as a guide for things to think about and work through in preparing for the exam. Text Exercises 2.9, 2.12, 2.14 3.1 5.1-5.10 6.1-6.8 8.1, 8.2 9.1, 9.2, 9.3 How do you convert spectral values to RGB for a particular device? How do you determine RGB values for different devices to produce the same color? What is a metamer? How can a pair of socks look like they match in indoor light, but look different in outdoor light? What is the relationship between chromaticity and XYZ? What do you need to know to determine the size of frame buffer memory for a display? What is the ratio of displayed intensities for two different pixel values, given the display gamma? How do you combine a series of images with different alpha values?
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