Kubelka-Munk model

Kubelka-Munk model

[kü′bel·kə ′məŋk ‚mäd·əl]
(optics)
A widely used theoretical model of reflectance; the model supposes that some light passing through a homogeneous sample is scattered and absorbed so that the light is attenuated in both directions.
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Kubelka-Munk model and analysis based on differential reflection spectra were used to determine independently the energies of the fundamental optical transitions.
In this work, the Kubelka-Munk model is proposed for color matching purposes in ceramic enamels.
Kubelka-Munk model for color prediction was effective for using in ceramic enamels with samples made up with three ceramic pigments as a color basis, in different regions of the visible spectrum.
Fredel, <<Colour in ceramic glazes: Efficiency of the Kubelka-Munk model in glazes with a black pigment and opacifier,>> Journal of the European ceramic society, vol.
Several spectral predication models can be used for spectral separation, such as multiinterpolation techniques [13], spectral Neugebauer model [14, 15], Yule-Nielsen model [16, 17], and Kubelka-Munk model [18, 19].
Fredel, "Color prediction with simplified Kubelka-Munk model in glazes containing Fe2O3-ZrSiO4 coral pink pigments," Dyes and Pigments, vol.
The Kubelka-Munk model described the theory of diffuse reflectance at scattering surfaces which relates band intensities to concentration for transmission measurements similar to Beer's law [6].
Kubelka-Munk Model. One of the standard approaches to calculate reflectance in the geometry with homogeneous and totally diffuse illumination is the Kubelka-Munk model (K-M model) [13].
From Figure 5 it can be seen that the Kubelka-Munk model approximates well the diffuse reflectance calculated using path integrals and diffuse model in a wide range of parameters.
Single Backward Scattering Approach versus Kubelka-Munk Model. These models are relatively close to each other (e.g., they both consider scattering as primarily forward and backward, they both can consider layered geometries, and they both can take into account realistic phase function or probabilities can be calculated directly from the Mie theory).
They then used LIC to create hatching patterns, which are overlapped using the Kubelka-Munk model. However, since all the regions in the image are re-rendered using only pair of colors, the results are not particularly pleasing.
The energy gap of Zn/Al-LDH can be obtained based on the Kubelka-Munk model according to (2).