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Topic: How to calculate a Gaussian distance?
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thomas

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How to calculate a Gaussian distance?
Posted: Nov 19, 2008 3:45 AM
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Hello,

in front of me, there is a paper. In this paper the authors write,
that they calculated a Gaussian distance for colors in CIE LUV space.
CIE LUV space is a special color space that represents the proximity
of colors also in a psychological way.

But my problem now is: What is a Gaussian distance and how to
calculate it?


Best regards,
Tom



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