14 August 1992 Colorimetry with a diode array spectrometer
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Proceedings Volume 1681, Optically Based Methods for Process Analysis; (1992) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.137727
Event: SPIE's 1992 Symposium on Process Control and Monitoring, 1992, Somerset, NJ, United States
Abstract
A colorimeter in general is composed of two parts: (1) A device which records the optical data, and (2) a means of interpreting the acquired optical signal. The most basic (and one of the best) colorimeter is the eye-brain combination; however, the results depend on the observer. In 1931 the Commission Internationale de l'Eclairage (CIE) laid down the color matching properties of a standard observer. These properties enable an unbiased classification of an arbitrary spectral distribution and have become the basis of applied colorimetry since 1931. The colorimeter described herein consists of a spectrograph with a solid state array detector for collecting the data and a computer with software for controlling the detector and interpreting the acquired signal using the CIE standard colorimetric observer.
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David Baker, David Baker, } "Colorimetry with a diode array spectrometer", Proc. SPIE 1681, Optically Based Methods for Process Analysis, (14 August 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.137727; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.137727
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