To be a viable instrument for color appearance research, the color Cathode Ray Tube has to be very well calibrated and characterized. The purpose of this research was to develop the techniques and methods used to carry out such characterization, and also to evaluate to what degree of precision and accuracy can such a characterization be performed. A new model for predicting the CRT behavior is presented along with the experimental results that validate it.

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Video display terminals; Colorimetry; Cathode ray tubes

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Department, Program, or Center

Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science (COS)


Berns, Roy

Advisor/Committee Member

Alessi, Paula

Advisor/Committee Member

DeMarsh, Leroy


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