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 9783319308098

Table of contents :
Preface
Acknowledging Contributions
Contents
About the Authors
The Classical Greek Period and Beyond
1 Introduction
1.1 Color Theory in Antiquity
References
2 Plato 427 or 424–347 BC
2.1 Plato’s Chronicles on Color
References
3 Aristotle 384–322 BC
3.1 Aristotle and Color
Reference
4 Ptolemy, Claudius Ca. 87–100 to 161–180 AD
4.1 Optics
References
Eighth to Thirteenth Century:The Islamic Golden Age
5 Introduction
References
6 Ibn Sahl Ca. 940–1000
6.1 On Burning Mirrors and Lenses
References
7 Ibn al-Haytham (Alhazen) 965–1040
7.1 Alhazen’s Optics
References
8 Al-Biruni, Abu Rayhan 973–1048
8.1 Kitab al Jamahir
References
9 Ibn Sina (Avicenna) Ca. 980–1037
9.1 Kitab al-Shifa
References and Further Reading
10 Ibn Rushd (Averroes) 1126–1198
10.1 Ibn Rushd’s Color Theory
References and Additional Reading
11 Tusi, Nasir al-Din 1201–1274
11.1 Tusi’s Color Order System
References
12 Farisi, Kamal al-Din 1267–1319
12.1 Farisi and Color
References
Thirteenth to Fifteenth Century: Middle Ages and The Renaissance
13 Introduction
References
14 Bacon, Roger 1214–1268
14.1 Bacon and Color
References
15 von Freiberg, Dietrich 1245–1320
15.1 Study of the Rainbow
References
The Scientific Revolution Period
16 Introduction
References
17 Forsius, Aron Sigfrid 1550–1624
17.1 On Vision
References
18 D’Aguilon, François (Franciscus Aguilonius) 1567–1617
18.1 Opticorum Libri Sex, Philosophis Juxta Mathematicis Utiles
References
19 Descartes, René Du Perron 1596–1650
19.1 Descartes’ Thoughts on Color
References
20 Boyle, Robert 1627–1691
20.1 Experiments and Considerations Touching Colours
References
21 Newton, Isaac 1642/3–1726/7
21.1 Newton’s Theory of Color
References
22 Anonymous (C. B.) Ca. 1660
22.1 Traité de la Mignature
References
23 Le Blon, Jacob Christoph 1667–1741
23.1 Three- and Four-Plate Printing Process
References
24 Mayer, Tobias 1723–1762
24.1 Double Triangular Pyramid Color Solid
References
25 Schiffermüller, Ignaz 1727–1806
25.1 Versuch Eines Farbensystems
References
26 Lambert, Johann Heinrich 1728–1777
26.1 Lambert’s Color Order System
References
27 Harris, Moses, 1730–1788
27.1 The Natural System of Colours
References
28 Palmer, George 1746–1826
28.1 Theory of Colours and Vision
References
29 Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1749–1832
29.1 Goethe’s Theory of Colors
References
30 Dalton, John 1766–1844
30.1 Dalton’s Color Blindness
References
31 Young, Thomas 1773–1829
31.1 Trichromatic Color Vision and Wave Theory of Light
References
32 Runge, Philipp Otto 1777–1810
32.1 Die Farben-Kugel
References
33 Chevreul, Michel-Eugène 1786–1889
33.1 The Law of Simultaneous Contrast of Colors
References
34 Purkyně, Jan Evangelista 1787–1869
34.1 Subjective Visual Phenomena and the Purkyně Effect
References
35 Schopenhauer, Arthur 1788–1860
35.1 Űber Das Sehn Und Die Farben (on Vision and Colors)
References
Nineteenth Century to Present Day: The Industrial and Modern World
36 Introduction
36.1 Nineteenth–Twenty-First Century
37 Fechner, Gustav Theodor 1801–1887
37.1 Fechner’s Law
Reference
38 Grassmann, Hermann Günther 1809–1877
38.1 Grassmann’s Laws
References
39 Helmholtz, Hermann Ludwig von 1821–1894
39.1 Trichromatic Theory of Color Vision
References
40 Maxwell, James Clerk 1831–1879
40.1 Composition of Colors
References
41 Rood, Ogden Nicholas 1831–1902
41.1 Modern Chromatics and Other Contributions
References
42 Lovibond, Joseph Williams 1833–1918
42.1 Lovibond Tintometer
References
43 Hering, Karl Ewald Konstantin 1834–1918
43.1 Opponent-Color Vision Theory
References
44 von Bezold, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm 1837–1917
44.1 Bezold–Brücke Effect
References
45 Mach, Ernst Waldfried Josef Wenzel 1838–1916
45.1 Mach Band Effect
References
46 Abney, William de Wiveleslie 1843–1920
46.1 Abney Effect
References
47 Lippmann, Jonas Ferdinand Gabriel 1845–1921
47.1 Lippmann Process of Full Color Photography
References
48 Ladd-Franklin, Christine 1847–1930
48.1 Ladd-Franklin’s Color Vision Theory
References
49 von Kries, Johannes Adolf 1853–1928
49.1 Chromatic Adaptation
References
50 Ostwald, Wilhelm 1853–1932
50.1 Ostwald’s Color Order System
References
51 König, Arthur Peter 1856–1901
51.1 Cone Spectral Sensitivity Functions
References
52 Ives, Frederic Eugene 1856–1937
52.1 Trichromatic Camera and Printing
References
53 Munsell, Albert Henry 1858–1918
53.1 Munsell Color Order System
References
54 Luther, Thomas Diedrich Robert 1868–1945
54.1 Color and Spectrum
References
55 Macbeth, Norman 1873–1936
55.1 Simulated Illuminants
References
56 Luckiesh, Matthew 1883–1967
56.1 MAZDA Lamps
References
57 Katz, David 1884–1953
57.1 Katz and Phenomenology of Color Vision
References
58 Kohlrausch, Rudolf Hermann Arndt 1884–1969
58.1 Helmholtz–Kohlrausch Effect
References
59 Priest, Irwin G. 1886–1932
59.1 Priest-Lange Reflectometer
References
60 Schrödinger, Erwin 1887–1961
60.1 Color Theory
References
Further Reading
61 Itten, Johannes 1888–1967
61.1 Color Star, Color Circle, and Color Sphere
References
62 Adams, Elliot Quincy 1888–1971
62.1 ANLAB Model
References
63 Albers, Josef 1888–1976
63.1 Interaction of Color
References
64 Guild, John 1889–1979
64.1 Color-Matching Functions
Reference
65 Godlove, Isaac Hahn 1892–1954
65.1 Munsell Neutral Value Scale
References
66 Hardy, Arthur Cobb 1895–1977
66.1 Hardy Recording Spectrophotometer
References
67 Helson, Harry 1898–1977
67.1 The Adaptation-Level Theory and Helson–Judd Effect
References
68 Kubelka, Paul 1900–1956
68.1 Kubelka–Munk Theory
References
69 Judd, Deane B. 1900–1972
69.1 Colorimetric System and Color Difference
References
70 Nickerson, Dorothy 1900–1985
70.1 Color Quality Control of Agricultural Products
References
71 Birren, Faber B. 1900–1988
71.1 OSHA Colors
References
72 Rushton, William A.H. 1901–1980
72.1 Nervous Excitation and Principle of Univariance
References
73 Stiles, Walter Stanley 1901–1985
73.1 Stiles–Burch Observer
Reference
74 Richter, Manfred 1905–1990
74.1 Din6164
References
75 Stevens, Stanley Smith 1906–1973
75.1 Stevens Effect
References
76 Crawford, Brian Hewson 1906–1991
76.1 Crawford–Stiles Effect and Other Contributions
References
77 Wright, W. David 1906–1997
77.1 Color-Matching Functions
Reference
78 Evans, Ralph Merrill 1908–1974
78.1 The G0 Function
References
79 Hunter, Richard Sewall 1909–1991
79.1 Laboratory Color Scales
References
80 Land, Edwin Herbert 1909–1991
80.1 Retinex Color Vision Model
References
81 MacAdam, David L. 1910–1998
81.1 MacAdam Ellipses
References
82 Hurvich, Leo Maurice 1910–2009
82.1 Experiments on Opponent-Color Vision Theory
References
83 Hemmendinger, Henry 1915–2003
83.1 Colorant Mixture Computer (COMIC)
References
84 Allen, Eugene M. 1916–2005
84.1 Digital Colorant Formulation
References
85 Saltzman, Max 1917–2001
85.1 Color Education
References and Major Publications
86 Davidson, Hugh R. 1918–2010
86.1 Computer Color Matching
References
87 Billmeyer, Fred Wallace, Jr., 1919–2002
87.1 Principles of Color Technology
References and Further Reading
88 Jameson, Dorothea 1920–1998
88.1 Hue Cancellation Experiments
References
89 Cohen, Jozef B. 1921–1995
89.1 Principle Component Analysis of Reflectance Functions
References
90 Indow, Tarow 1923–2004
90.1 Global Structures of the Visual Space
References
91 Boynton, Robert M. 1924–2006
91.1 Boynton MacLeod Physiological Color Space
References
92 McCamy, Calvin S. 1924–2017
92.1 Macbeth Color Checker Color Rendition Chart
References
93 Wyszecki, Gunter 1925–1985
93.1 Metameric Black
References
94 De Valois, Russell L. 1926–2003
94.1 A Multi-stage Color Vision Model
References
95 Hubel, David Hunter 1926–2013
95.1 Neurobiology of the Mammalian Visual System
Reference
96 Bartleson, C. James 1929–1987
96.1 Bartleson–Breneman Effect
Reference
97 Nayatani, Yoshinobu 1927–2009
97.1 Color Appearance
References
98 Stanziola, Ralph A. 1931–2007
98.1 Color Rule
References

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