color vision

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Synonyms for color vision

the normal ability to see colors

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This model is also referred to as the von Kries hypothesis, first proposed in 1878, that chromatic adaptation is an independent gain regulation of the three cone signals L, M, S, through three different gain coefficients [9, 10].
Bradform Transform Supported for Chromatic Adaptation -- Support for an additional type of chromatic adaptation, the Bradform transform, allows ColorSynergy 4.
Interactions between chromatic adaptation and contrast adaptation in color appearance, Vision Research, Vol.