13 September 2002 CIE Division 8: a servant for the imaging industry
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With the strong demand from the imaging industry, the CIE Division 8 Image Technology was established in November 1997. This young and dynamic division is aimed to study procedures and prepare guides and standards for the optical, visual and metrological aspects of the communication, processing, and reproduction of images, using all types of analogue and digital devices, storage media and imaging media. It is a servant for the imaging industry to achieve successful colour practice using the knowledge of colour science and colour engineering. There are six CIE Division 8 Technical Committees (TC): TC 8-01 Colour Appearance Modeling for Colour Management Applications, TC 8-02 Colour Difference Evaluation in Images, TC 8-03 Gamut Mapping, TC 8-04 Adaptation under Mixed Illumination Conditions, TC 8-05 Communication of Colour Information, and TC 8-06 Image Technology Vocabulary. This paper will introduce the aims and activities in each TC.
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Ming Ronnier Luo, Ming Ronnier Luo, } "CIE Division 8: a servant for the imaging industry", Proc. SPIE 4922, Color Science and Imaging Technologies, (13 September 2002); doi: 10.1117/12.483145; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.483145
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