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Lightness and Retinex Theory

Lightness and Retinex Theory,10.1364/JOSA.61.000001,Journal of The Optical Society of America,Edwin H. Land,John J. McCann

Lightness and Retinex Theory   (Citations: 763)
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Journal: Journal of The Optical Society of America , vol. 61, no. 1, 1971
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    • ...One of the first color constancy methods is based on the Retinextheory by Land and McCann [9]...
    • ...Two well-established color constancy algorithms, using pixel values, are based on the Retinex Theory proposed by Land and McCann [9]...

    Arjan Gijsenijet al. Color Constancy Using Natural Image Statistics and Scene Semantics

    • ...Color-constancy algorithms [3], [22], [23], [24], [25], [26], [27] attempt to separate the illumination and the reflectance components on images similar to the human visual system...
    • ...The first attempt made toward this end was the Land’s retinex algorithm [22] with the objective of modeling and computing the human color constancy...
    • ...It is worth mentioning here that retinex algorithms can calculate only the lightness sensations and not the physical reflectance in a given image and can compensate for nonuniform lighting in an effective manner [3], [22], [23], [24]...

    Yong Seok Heoet al. Robust Stereo Matching Using Adaptive Normalized Cross-Correlation

    • ...Early work resulted in the Retinex theory by Land and McCann [9]–[11], after which many computational models are derived that are based on this perceptual theory [12]–[14]...

    Arjan Gijsenijet al. Computational Color Constancy: Survey and Experiments

    • ...The retinex algorithm, first proposed by Land [9], has been recently studied by many researchers for manipulating contrast, sharpness, and dynamic range of digital images...

    Guang Deng. A Generalized Unsharp Masking Algorithm

    • ...However, Hubel, among others, has shown the importance that spatiallyvariant operators have in the HVS and how “differences in the spectral content of light across the visual field are necessary to perceive color” [25, chapter 8]. Spatial information allows the HVS to partially discard the influence of the illuminant when perceiving the colors of a given scene, a property known as human color constancy ,a s Land has pointed out [37]...
    • ...Bertalmõ ´o et al. introduced [40] a variational implementation of the Retinex theory proposed by Land [37] called Kernel-Based Retinex (KBR)...

    Sira Ferradanset al. An Analysis of Visual Adaptation and Contrast Perception for Tone Mapp...

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