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Munsell color system

[mən′sel ′kəl·ər ‚sis·təm]
(optics)
A system for designating colors which employs three perceptually uniform scales (Munsell hue, Munsell value, Munsell chroma) defined in terms of daylight reflectance.
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He offers opportunities to experiment with color effects using paint, paper, and computers with 11 Munsell color charts, 15 interactive charts, 12 packets of color chips, and a textbook designed to facilitate hands-on learning of the aspects and effects of colors, their combination, and their juxtaposition.
showed that the most common colour defect in Optic neuritis was in the green area using Farnsworth Munsell 100 hue tests, whereas in acute CSR patients the most common colour defect was found out to be in the blue area.
Munsell Soil Color Charts consist of color chips organized by their hue, value, and chroma, the 3 color attributes recognized by the Munsell notation system (Miller 1958).
Frecuencia acumulada de colores segun carta de Munsell (1975) para cada proceden- cia de P.
The D15 contains hues from an incomplete hue circle with Munsell value 5 and chroma 4.
O sistema de cores de Munsell passou a atribuir um aspecto objetivo para a cor do solo, em um sistema empregado dentro da pedologia para a identificacao de solos (MUNSELL, 1905).
Seed coat color was determined with the color chart provided by Munsell (2000).
Munsell used decimal notation instead of color names (which he felt were "foolish" and "misleading") to specify color, based on three color dimensions: chroma (color purity), hue (value), and brightness.
Color can be described according to the Munsell color space in terms of hue, value, and chroma one to distinguish between different families of color, for example, reds, blues, and greens.
Computerized scoring and graphing of the Farnsworth- Munsell 100-Hue vision test.
Munsell, such that each linen-weave-shaped mark painted on the work's surface corresponds to the month, day, and hour of its production.