The aim of this investigation is to describe the semantics of color and to give the determination of information on the basis of using light-color properties of radiant flux. The determination obtained permits to introduce reliable criteria of information separated into linked or unlinked, and also to give the formula for estimation of the spectral luminous efficiency V((lambda) ) and complementary colors in Hering theory.
The aim of this investigation is to describe the semantics of color in chromatism (from the ancient Greek triune notion of <<chroma>>: (1) color as ideal (Id- plan), psychic; (2) tint as physical, verbal; material (M- plan), physiological, syntonic (S-plan), and (3) emotion as their informative-energetic correlation). Being a new field of science, chromatism links humanitarian and natural subjects by means of interdiscipline investigation of a real (f-m) man living in a real (color) surrounding environment. According to the definition for <<chroma>>, color may be considered to be the most universal notion, permitting to assume the unity of both a man and an environment. Due to this assumption, we may give models of human intellect.