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color model

[′kəl·ər ‚mäd·əl]
(graphic arts)
Any method of representing colors for printing or electronic display.

color model

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The smartphone will launch in Gold, White, Blue, Silver, and Cyan color models, says the report.
Background in object-oriented programming, Java and its Abstract Window Toolkit, Java configuration details, event-driven programming, basic matrix algebra and trigonometry, and awareness of color models is assumed.
Rehg (2002) described the construction of color models for skin and non-skin classes from a dataset of nearly 1 billion labeled pixels.
It begins with the coverage of basic mathematical concepts and algorithms and rapidly moves into more advanced material: 2 and 3-D transforms and geometrical algorithms, rasters, and color models, before diving head-first into modern GL.
Cognex also introduced three additional color models, the In-Sight 72000, 74000 and 74020, designed to solve more complex applications involving logic or color composition, as well as those requiring higher resolution or faster execution.
The device will have three color models with a retail price of 18,900 yen, it said.
To achieve the goal, the brand will further launch color models by the end of next year in the market.
The Color Extract tool allows users to quickly train highly complex color models for state-of-the-art color analysis.
Building on last year's highly successful introduction of the world's smallest vision system, the In-Sight Micro, this new release provides a complete suite of color models within this product family.
Section II covers color models, with chapters on topics such as photometry, color spaces, and illuminants.
Company has expanded its CleverDragon[TM] suite of Camera Link digital cameras to include three high-speed color models.
Learn how HTML works with CSS and learn why and how common mistakes are made in a title which packs color models and screen shots throughout, assumes no prior knowledge in either XHTML, HTML or CSS, and which provides a learner's organized course to creating standards-based web pages which work.