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final-review (1)

final-review (1) - What will be on the nal exam CS 178...

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What will be on the final exam? Marc Levoy Computer Science Department Stanford University CS 178, Spring 2010 You should also review the material from the first half of the course. We won’t emphasize it on this exam, but we might use it here and there.
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© Marc Levoy Trichromatic theory (1 of 2) interaction of light with matter understand spectral power distributions (SPDs), multiplying illumination × reflectance wavelength-by-wavelength color response basis for color discrimination, meaning of a metamer monochromats versus dichromats, trichromats, N-chromats understand the tristimulus sensitivity functions and how one computes ρ , γ , β from them and a stimulus spectrum - understand the linearity of light and retinal response - you won’t need to perform calculus derivations on the exam 3D colorspace how one plots ρ , γ , β for a spectrum or mixtures of spectra understand the spectral locus and gamut of perceivable colors 2
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© Marc Levoy Trichromatic theory (2 of 2) reproducing colors using primaries understand how the color matching experiment works understand trichromatic matching functions (including negative values) and the gamut of reproducable colors for a given set of primaries effect of pure (single-wavelength) versus impure primaries, the effect of adding extra primaries additive versus subtractive mixing when is additive mixing relevant, and when is subtractive?
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