metamere

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metamere

[′med·ə‚mir]
(zoology)
One of the linearly arranged similar segments of the body of metameric animals. Also known as somite.
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The CIE metameric index, (4) MI, is the total color difference between the metameric pair under the test conditions.
The results can be expressed in a choice of colour difference measurements - XYZ tristimulus values, GTE, Whiteness index, Yellowness index, reflectance, metameric index, etc.
Whilst this color can be matched by blending copper phthalocyanine blue and green, the blend will not be as clean and transparent and will further be metameric compared to the single pigmented color.
Now, producers of multi-fabric garments, manufacturers of multi-component plastic parts, and printers needing to match samples of unknown origin will find the Check II an invaluable way to avoid unwanted metameric flair in their products.
The genesis for the hypotheses described herein can be traced to studies by Thornton [Thornton, 1992a-c, 1997] and Houser and his colleagues [Houser and Hu, 2004; Houser and others, 2004], who conducted experiments on the brightness perception of metameric stimuli with a focus on tri-band illuminants emphasizing the spectral regions at or near 450, 530, and 610 nm.
Just Normlicht's color control professional light systems are designed for assessing color consistency and undesirable metameric effect.