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Unformatted text preview: Due 5:00 PM Friday, 3/5/99 (9 So lu'TZon EE 695A Homework No. 3 Sering 1998 1. Shown below is the 1931 CIE xy chromaticity diagram where C denotes the chromaticity of Illuminant C and A and B are points corresponding to two arbitrary stimuli. Also shown is the daylight locus D and the Planckian locus P plotted on the xy chromaticity diagram. B (.0 [emu-iv wtfwweu '9 pt ° [+616 In M _ .32 rm: 7; color ievrvfuzillrre TA 4 35”K (x Moog/Q C :1; "Md 4,.» )0.qu wrueleafi/h “Enle'iiueJ ~n - ‘~—H‘-" eo- U5 . 0.250 ' 0.300 350 0.400 PP” WM: gg‘hbjlp. 7125? Taking C to be the white point, do the following for each of the three stimuli A , B, and C. (Your answers need only be as accurate as can be reasonably estimated by inspection of the figures.) a. Estimate the dominant or complementary wavelength. (State which it is.) b. Estimate the excitation purity. c. EXiiNo-f'e (gt/or flmpqafi/re «3.4afid L4H)» {Lee SHWU'V}. 2.1 I ’IIIIJ'IA'UC'IXAZZZZ/J/IZV/VA’A' " ,s [5 I " //¢ VIVA 771/. I I 'IAVIIA’III'IIIIIZZ’A/IW/J LYIIA'III ASL’IIIIIZ'AMfAU/l 'I'IIA'I’A‘S' AZ’A’AKS‘QW/IWZ ‘Illll/[V/fll/UYI/IZZ’AZ" IIIIA'IA'L’l/l/IVIVIV/OV/fl/ I I ’1 liY/IAMf/I’AV/VA/AVIV/fififla I/lfl/l/M/fl/AV/VA/Mélflfl % mumwwa%w4xw¢oar vunnnwwnoayxxzwaxnnu JUHHUMWMV A'Ifillll' lll’l“ III I II I ”HAW/l U5“; I I ll” Ifl'Illllfl’flllflYAVIWV/Yl/A/Z’A HE? aqpazzaa azgzaozm azgaqaall ”filth." .- deity diagram showing isotempmtm’e lines as computed mmmemmJ by Kelly (1963)- ...
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