Human Color Vision

By Peter K. Kaiser and Robert M. Boynton

Through the application of scientific method for about four hundred years, substantial progress has been made toward an understanding of how human beings are able to appreciate and gauge the colors of things. Before that, such understanding had been wholly lacking. The principal aim of this book is to put forth some of our current concepts about the nature of such color perception. With the general reader as well as the formal student in mind, I have tried to build each chapter from fundamentals without assuming any special back-ground beyond that furnished by some lower-division study of general science and mathematics. Copyright 1996

ISBN: 1-55752-461-0

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