trichromatic


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trichromatic

, trichromic
1. Photog Printing involving the combination of three primary colours in the production of any colour
2. of, relating to, or having normal colour vision
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Algorithms such as these are much more effective because they examine both larger blocks (8*8 and larger), rows, and columns of pixels to derive a more accurate trichromatic representation.
Chla was determined spectrophotometrically in the laboratory using a trichromatic technique (Richards & Thompson, 1952).
Although the mean number of misreadings made by heterozygotes is slightly greater than that of normal trichromatic men the difference is not clinically significant.
Tuning the fluorescent spectrum for the trichromatic visual response: A pilot study.
To investigate how pollinators perceive these colors we employed two physiological models of trichromatic hymenopteran vision.
RED, GREEN, BLUE VALUES (MEAN [+ or -] SE) AND TRICHROMATIC PERCENTAGES FROM AREAS OF DIGITAL PHOTOS OF COLORED TRAPS ANALYZED BY THE JAVA SOFTWARE FROM BYERS (2006).
This means that none of the stimuli that the young observers pointed to as members of these BCTs have transformed trichromatic values ([L*.
In human's trichromatic color vision, a set of 3D tristimulus value determines a color signal.
Intensive apprenticeship can help in identifying anomalous trichromatic cases, but it does not replace quantitative testing.
Using proprietary trichromatic Vis/IR cameras, it recognizes each object's size and shape as well as millions of subtle color differences.
As in humans, bird vision is trichromatic (three primary colors are distinguished), which allows birds to spot colorful berries on a green bush.