Computational Color Harmony based on Coloroid System

László Neumann, Antal Nemcsics, Attila Neumann
Computational Color Harmony based on Coloroid System
In Computational Aesthetics in Graphics, Visualization and Imaging 2005, pages 231-240. May 2005.
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This paper presents experimentally based rules and methods for the creation of harmonic color sets. First, dichromatic rules are presented which concern the harmony relationships of two hues. For an arbitrarily given hue pair, we dene the just harmonic saturation values, resulting in minimally harmonic color pairs. These values express the fuzzy border between harmony and disharmony regions using a single scalar. Second, the value of harmony is dened corresponding to the contrast of lightness, i.e. the difference of perceptual lightness values. Third, we formulate the harmony value of the saturation contrast, depending on hue and lightness. The results of these investigations form a basis for a unied, coherent dichromatic harmony formula as well as for analysis of polychromatic color harmony. Introduced color harmony rules are based on Coloroid, which is one of the 5

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@inproceedings{lneumann-2005-cch,
  title =      "Computational Color Harmony based on Coloroid System",
  author =     "L\'{a}szl\'{o} Neumann and Antal Nemcsics and Attila Neumann",
  year =       "2005",
  abstract =   "This paper presents experimentally based rules and methods
               for the creation of harmonic color sets. First, dichromatic
               rules are presented which concern the harmony relationships
               of two hues. For an arbitrarily given hue pair, we dene the
               just harmonic saturation values, resulting in minimally
               harmonic color pairs. These values express the fuzzy border
               between harmony and disharmony regions using a single
               scalar. Second, the value of harmony is dened corresponding
               to the contrast of lightness, i.e. the difference of
               perceptual lightness values. Third, we formulate the harmony
               value of the saturation contrast, depending on hue and
               lightness. The results of these investigations form a basis
               for a unied, coherent dichromatic harmony formula as well
               as for analysis of polychromatic color harmony. Introduced
               color harmony rules are based on Coloroid, which is one of
               the 5",
  month =      may,
  booktitle =  "Computational Aesthetics in Graphics, Visualization and
               Imaging 2005",
  editor =     "L. Neumann, M. Sbert, B. Gooch, W. Purgathofer",
  isbn =       "3905673274",
  location =   "Girona, Spain",
  pages =      "231--240",
  URL =        "https://www.cg.tuwien.ac.at/research/publications/2005/lneumann-2005-cch/",
}