color difference

color difference

The method of encoding color information in video/TV signals. The color difference signal designations are B-Y and R-Y, Cb and Cr, Pb and Pr, I and Q, and U and V. See YUV and YUV/RGB conversion formulas.
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The color difference between the area that receive the dirt and the area that did not received the dirt was measured using a BYK Color Spectrophotometer.
A color difference ([DELTA]E) between two measurements can be calculated within the CIELAB color system.
In this study, average threshould value of color difference was accepted [DELTA]E*=2.7 like previous studies (8).
The ZenBook 15 Pro with ScreenPad's beautiful up to 4K display provides professional-level visuals covering 100% of the Adobe RGB color space and 132% of sRGB and providing guaranteed color accuracy with a Delta-E (.E) color difference of less than 2.0.
Similarly, Apple's average color error at 0 lux is an excellent 0.9 JNCD (Just Noticeable Color Difference) in its DCI-P3 gamut and 1.0 JNCD in the Rec.
First, bilateral filtering of the PCB image was performed in the uniform color space, and the copper-clad areas were segmented according to the color difference among different areas.
Color difference was calculated using the formula given by Clarke
In each patient, we set 3 pairs of sample areas and calculated the color difference between atrophic and nonatrophic mucosal areas (e.g., color difference at the atrophic border) with each image of WLI and LCI.
The degree in the color difference was classified by referring to the US National Bureau Standard Unit 6.0 [20] (Table 3).
The null hypothesis of this study was that restoration materials have no effect on the color difference between the implant crowns and natural teeth and between the marginal peri-implant mucosa and natural gingiva.
An absorbent article comprising: a liquid-permeable top sheet, a liquid-impermeable back sheet, and an absorbent body between the liquid-permeable top sheet and liquid-impermeable back sheet, wherein the top sheet exhibits a color difference in the range of 39-77, based on the L*a*b* color system and measured from a skin contact surface of the top sheet in a liquid dropping test, and the top sheet comprises a color-reducing agent having an IOB of 0.00-0.35, a melting point of no higher than 45[degrees] C.
In the cracker samples, the soy fiber content led to a decrease in the color difference among the samples.