Constancy

Constancy - Color Constancy, Lightness Constancy and the...

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Unformatted text preview: Color Constancy, Lightness Constancy and the Articulation Hypothesis Perception (2002), 31. Articulation of the visual field has become recognized as an essential condition for the appearance of constancy phenomena, though this rather vague term is badly in need of clearer definition and explanation. -- Henneman (1935). If the assigned color of a surface patch is (approximately) determined by the spectral properties of the patch itself, the visual system is (approximately) color constant -- Maloney & Schirillo (2002). Color Constancy, Lightness Constancy and the Articulation Hypothesis Perception (2002), 31. Articulation of the visual field has become recognized as an essential condition for the appearance of constancy phenomena, though this rather vague term is badly in need of clearer definition and explanation. -- Henneman (1935). If the assigned color of a surface patch is (approximately) determ-ined by the spectral properties of the patch itself, the visual system is (approximately) color constant -- Maloney & Schirillo (2002). http://www.pion.co.uk/perception/perc0202/index.html Color Constancy, Lightness Constancy and the Articulation Hypothesis Perception (2002), 31....
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2011 for the course PSYC 212 taught by Professor Shahin during the Fall '11 term at McGill.

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