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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 電機資訊學院 > 電機工程學系 > 期刊論文 >  Color selection in the consideration of color harmony for interior design

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    Title: Color selection in the consideration of color harmony for interior design
    Authors: Yu-Chuan Shen;Wu-Hsiung Yuan;Wen-Hsing Hsu;Yung-Sheng Chen
    教師: 許文星
    Date: 2000
    Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
    Relation: COLOR RESEARCH AND APPLICATION,Volume 25,Issue 1,Pages 20-31,FEB 2000
    Keywords: colour vision
    image coding
    color harmony
    interior design
    color selection
    Abstract: © 2000 John Wiley & Sons-A color selection method that considers subjective principles is becoming more and more necessary in a computer-based color management system. However, one from an engineering perspective has received limited attention. Previously, the authors developed an approach to measure the degree of color harmony by the similarity of a pleasure related function, CLD (color linguistic distribution). To a RHD (reference harmony distribution) on a one-dimensional image scale of EXCITING-CALM. Following this approach, a new color selection system is presented in this article by modulating the CLD on the image scale. The procedure used is to encode an inharmonious image as a CLD, then it is modulated and referred to as a RHD, called an imagery specification. Finally, the specified CLD is decoded and reconstructed as a harmonious image in an operated color space. Four types of RHD are compared: three ideal fuzzy sets scaled to extremely calm, quite calm, and slightly calm, and the practical one measured from social trends. For verification the harmony grade of the decoded image can be measured based on the referred RHD. As a result, four times the harmonic degree of the decoded image is gained than the originally encoded one. For application purposes, the proposed system is suitable for applications related to human subjectivity
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