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chroma

[′krō·mə]
(optics)
The dimension of the Munsell system of color that corresponds most closely to saturation, which is the degree of vividness of a hue. Also known as Munsell chroma.

Chroma

The attribute of a color that allows the observer to judge how much color it contains.

chroma

Short for "chrominance." The attributes of a color, which include its hue (frequency) and saturation (amount of black). See hue and saturation.
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"With the introduction of ever more sophisticated printers and ancillary equipment, this threat is only going to get worse.To counter this threat, Chroma has introduced a number of security inks.
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For example, Chroma provides fully customizable automated test hardware and software designed specifically for medical device testing to IEC 60601-1 and IEC 60601-2-49 standards." (Editor's Note: IEC 60601-2-49 is being updated with IEC 80601-2-49:2018.
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Threshold search using a genetic algorithm is based on the design of the chroma and gray histogram, and threshold value is determined by the second optimization.
"High chroma colours provide buyers with increasingly individualised choices and colours that expand the gamut," said Bartmann.
Chroma Flash takes two photos in rapid succession, one with flash and one without it, and combines them into a single photo.
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For all of the treated samples, L*, a*, b*, chroma values and color stability decreased during the storage period.
Daley cites working with Wayne McGregor on Alley's staging of the choreographer's Chroma as an example of her process.
The meat color was determined using a portable colorimeter (model MiniScan XE, Hunter Lab, Reston, USA), D65 light source, utilizing the CIELAB system scale ([L.sup.*]--chroma associated with luminosity ranging from 100 (white) to 0 (black), [a.sup.*]--chroma ranging from +60 [red] to -60 [green], and [b.sup.*] - chroma ranging from +60 [yellow] to -60 [blue]) according to Karamucki et al.