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2 November 1979 Effective Utilization Of Color In Multidimensional Data Presentations
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More information can be displayed for human visual interpretation with a full color presentation than with a monochrome (black and white) presentation. However, image analysis systems have not been able to utilize color to the extent that should be possible. This paper presents reasons and application examples showing why the traditional RGB additive color approach has been ineffective. A system which overcomes the limitations of RGB, and which utilizes the fundamental human perception parameters of intensity, hue and saturation is described.
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Michael D. Buchanan "Effective Utilization Of Color In Multidimensional Data Presentations", Proc. SPIE 0199, Advances in Display Technology, (2 November 1979); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.958037
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