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23 March 1995 Need for constraints in component-separable color image processing
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The component-wise processing of color image data in performed in a variety of applications. These operations are typically carried out using Lookup Table (LUT) based processing techniques, making them well suited for digital implementation. A general exposition of this type of processing is provided, indicating it's remarkable utility along with some of the practical issues that can arise. These motivate a call for the use of constraints in the types of operators that are used during the construction of LUTs. Several particularly useful classes of constrained operators are identified. These lead to an object-oriented approach generalized to operated in a variety of color spaces. The power of this type of framework is then demonstrated via several novel applications in the HSL color space.
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Bruce A. Thomas "Need for constraints in component-separable color image processing", Proc. SPIE 2421, Image and Video Processing III, (23 March 1995); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.205490
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