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If the sum is 100 then the reflectance values are used as a decimal from 0 to 1. 0, then the reflectance values are used as percentages from 0 to 100. 1 are normalized so that the sum of all the values of Py is equal to 100. 5 illustrates how the computations are made. Column I lists the wavelength intervals from 400 to 700 nm. 20A). 1). 3) (8). Column 4 contains the product of Column 2 and Column 3. The sum of all of the values in Column 4 is the X tristimulus value. y. Column 6 contains the product of Column 2 and Column 5.
6). There are only some small round off differences. 6. 7. 3 Metamerism a*b* Da*, Db* Sometimes it is useful to plot the delta values in a diagram. The standard plots in the center of the diagram. Each batch is then plotted relative to the standard. 1. The two batches are plotted for daylight (D-65) and tungsten light (A). 6. 1. 3 are within 1 Da* and 1 Db* value in daylight. 1. 3 is a metameric match to the standard. 3 contained phthalocyanine blue. Whenever we use color difference calculations as a quality control tool, serious limitations exist if significant metamerism is present.
Detailed examples of all the necessary calculations are given near the end of the chapter. The values of Px, Py, and Pi for various CIE illuminants and either the 2° or 10° observer are given in a number of publications. 00; in other cases they may be normalized to 100. ,... 5 Difference between the 1931 2° observer and the 1964 10° observer. weighting factors for eIE 1964 10° observer and illuminants D65, A, and eWF respectively. Illuminant eWF represents data for a particular cool white fluorescent lamp (source).