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Author: Jozef Cohen
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Keywords: color, space, fundamental, mixture, visual
Number of Pages: 256
Published: 2001
ISBN-10: 0252025490
ISBN-13: 9780252025495

This volume elucidates Jozef B. Cohen's matrix-R formulation of the algebra of color matching and color mixing. Cohen's method of colorimetric calculation, for which he received the Macbeth Award from the Inter-Society Color Council in 1992, continues to exert a pervasive impact on the color-science community.Visual Color and Color Mixture develops Cohen's signal achievement from its historical sources. It provides a thorough explanation of the implications of metamerism that will be of considerable use to researchers in industries concerned with the use of colorants, as well as to colorimetri

Authors: Henry Wilhelm, Carol Brower,
Publisher: Preservation Publishing Company
Keywords: color, negatives, slides, motion, prints, pictures, digital, care, photographs, traditional, permanence
Number of Pages: 744
Published: 1993-06
ISBN-10: 0911515003
ISBN-13: 9780911515008

Author: Heidi Cole
Publisher: Illumination Arts Pub. Co.
Keywords: color
Number of Pages: 44
Published: 2005-09
ISBN-10: 0974019054
ISBN-13: 9780974019055

A young boy whose father is called Black and whose mother is called White wonders if he is a color, too, even as he observes that people around him dream, feel, sing, smile, and dance in every color.

Publisher: PANTONE
Keywords: color, report, fashion, pantone, sunshine, spring, splashes
Number of Pages: 50
Published: 2010-02-31
eBookDB-ID: MPT1000S00

Designers bring splashes of sunshine to the runway for spring 2010. Vibrant brights add a sense of excitement to the color palette, while practical neutrals provide a safety net for cautious consumers. “Now more than ever, women are vigilant when it comes to spending,” said Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute®. “Instead of re-inventing their wardrobe at the start of each season, consumers want pieces to complement what they already own. Pairing a bold color with a basic piece or freshening up their look with bright accents addresses the need for practi

Author: Jacqueline Lichtenstein
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: french, classical, painting, rhetoric, color, eloquence
Number of Pages: 288
Published: 1993-05-04
ISBN-10: 0520069072
ISBN-13: 9780520069077

In this richly suggestive contribution to the theory of art, Jacqueline Lichtenstein discusses the importance of color in reconciling ancient differences between rhetoric and painting. The visible world had been suspect since Plato accused the Sophists of relying on rhetorical show, of being in effect makeup artists. Before the 17th century, these differences were manifest in a valorization of design over color.But in the 17th century, the image suddenly becomes an essential agent of thought. Rhetorical color is revalued along with color in painting, with cosmetics, and with all that belonged

Author: Sharon Laskowski
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: systems, voting, color, using, guidelines
Number of Pages: 15
Published: 2009-05
ISBN-10: 143791344X
ISBN-13: 9781437913446

Describes research in support of test methods and materials for the Election Assistance Comm. next iteration of the Voluntary Voting System Guidelines. It is a digital color design guide for the electronic displays of voting systems. It encodes best practice for usability in general, and specifically to accommodate a wide range of color vision deficiencies. These guidelines have been written for digital system implementers (developers or designers). These guidelines should produce a system that is legible and avoids visual clutter and confusion. They are designed to accommodate users with less

Authors: Christopher Edley, Jorge Ruiz de Velasco, Robert
Publisher: Chief Justice Early Warren Institute on Race, Ethn
Keywords: boys, color, health, improve, places, communities, changing
Number of Pages: 500
Published: 2010-01-01
ISBN-10: 0615347932
ISBN-13: 9780615347936

The challenges shaping the life chances of boys and young men of color are well-documented but still shocking. This book draws attention to the urgent need—both economic and moral—to better understand the policy and community-based factors that serve as incentives or barriers to young men and boys of color as they make critical life decisions. This volume draws attention to the potential of a public policy focus on young men and boys of color as a high-leverage strategy for promoting an agenda for equitable, sustainable, healthy communities in California and across the Nation.
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