Roy S. Berns

Imaging Science Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, United States 
Computer Science, Electronics and Electrical Engineering
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Derhak MW, Luo L, Berns RS. (2020) Wpt (waypoint) shift manifold difference metrics for evaluation of varying observing‐condition (observer + illuminant) metamerism and color inconstancy Color Research and Application
Derhak MW, Luo L, Berns RS. (2020) Waypoint shift manifolds for object color evaluation and comparison Color Research and Application. 45: 380-392
Berns RS. (2019) Digital color reconstructions of cultural heritage using color‐managed imaging and small‐aperture spectrophotometry Color Research and Application. 44: 531-546
Abed FM, Berns RS. (2017) Linear modeling of modern artist paints using a modification of the opaque form of Kubelka-Munk turbid media theory Color Research and Application. 42: 308-315
Berns RS, Cox BD, Abed FM. (2015) Wavelength-dependent spatial correction and spectral calibration of a liquid crystal tunable filter imaging system Applied Optics. 54: 3687-3693
Cox BD, Berns RS. (2015) Imaging artwork in a studio environment for computer graphics rendering Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 9398
Derhak MW, Berns RS. (2015) Introducing WLab—Going from Wpt (Waypoint) to a uniform material color equivalency space Color Research and Application. 40: 550-563
Derhak MW, Berns RS. (2015) Introducing Wpt (Waypoint): A color equivalency representation for defining a material adjustment transform Color Research and Application. 40: 535-549
Kruschwitz JD, Berns RS. (2014) Nonpolarizing color mirrors on a high-reflecting metal base. Applied Optics. 53: 3448-53
Kruschwitz JD, Berns RS. (2014) First-order goniospectrophotometric spectral modeling of isotropic and anisotropic colorant mixtures. Applied Optics. 53: A131-41
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