Abstract

A multispectral imaging system is successfully used to record spectrophotometric characteristics of object colors. The accuracy of the system depends on the number of channels used and may also depend on the spectral sensitivity of each channel. A nonlinear optimization technique has been applied to study maximum errors of the system numerically.

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