Spectral sharpening of color sensors: diagonal color constancy and beyond

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Vazquez-Corral, Javier; Bertalmío, Marcelo;
(2014)

It has now been 20 years since the seminal work by Finlayson et al. on the use/nof spectral sharpening of sensors to achieve diagonal color constancy. Spectral sharpening is/nstill used today by numerous researchers for different goals unrelated to the original goal/nof... View more
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