Device-independent reproduction of colour is the qualities of image reproduction achieved through the use of different input and output devices, for instance colour monitors and graphic user interfaces. Edited by highly regarded authors and leaders in the field, this authoritative text on colour management systems provides leading edge coverage of this key aspect of design and presentation. It is a valuable resource for colour engineers, colour scientists, imaging professionals and students in engineering colour systems, as well as hardware (computer displays) designers and production engineers of digital imaging equipment.
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Author Biography - Phil Green
Phil Green is a member of the Colour Imaging Group at the London College of Printing, and Course Director of the college's postgraduate programme in Digital Colour Imaging. He worked in the printing industry from 1975, joining the London College of Printing in 1986. He received an MSc in Interactive Systems Analysis from the University of Surrey in 1995, and is currently completing a PhD at the University of Derby. He has authored a number of graphic arts textbooks, including Understanding Digital Color (GATF), and Digital Photography (Pira International). He is active in CIE TC8--03 Gamut Mapping and his current research interests are gamut mapping and colour difference. Lindsay MacDonald is Professor of Multimedia Imaging at the Colour & Imaging Institute, University of Derby. For 18 years he was with Crosfield Electronics Ltd (now Fujifilm Electronic Imaging), where he designed and wrote the software for the world's first computer--based page composition system in 1977. Professor MacDonald is a Fellow of the British Computer Society (FBCS), the Institution of Electrical Engineers (FIEE), the Royal Photographic Society (FRPS), and the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). He is co--author or co--editor of a number of books, including Computer Generated Colour (Wiley), Display Systems: Design and Applications (Wiley), Colour Imaging: Vision and Technology (Wiley) and Colour Image Science: Exploiting Digital Media (Wiley).