A Cybernetic Approach to Colour Perception
N C Paritsis and D J Stewart
The question of how we perceive colour has fascinated philosophers, painters and physiologists over the centuries. This book is a fresh treatment from the viewpoint of cybernetics.
The reader is shown the problems involved, the variety of views and approaches that exist, and the anatomy and physiology of colour vision, and gains information on colour blindness, colour contrast, mixture and assimilation, and constancy.
Contents include: A Cybernetic Approach. A Model of a Neuron. Modelling the Classification System of Colour Vision. Applications to the Psychology of Colour Perception. Summary of Conclusions and Suggestions Resulting from the Model.
ISBN 0-677-05620-6 Gordon and Breach Science Publishers 1983