This website presents work about Color Constancy. It contains an explanation of the topic, as well as an overview of various approaches to obtain it. Further, results of several methods applied to some of the publicly available data sets are provided. Finally, links to various publicly available data sets and source-codes are provided.
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Feel free to refer to this website in your publications if you use any of the information that you recovered from this place (like the pre-computed results of several algorithms on various data sets). Drop me a line if you would like to have your publication mentioned on this page.
We updated the page with new results and source-code! Joost van de Weijer put some effort into making the source-code of our TPAMI-paper titled Improving Color Constancy by Photometric Edge Weighting suited for publication on-line. The source-code of the Weighted Grey-Edge can be found here. Moreover, the results as reported in the paper are also made available in our sections results-per-method and results-per-dataset.
We updated the page with new results! Simone Bianco et al. were so kind to share their results of their 2010 Pattern Recognition paper titled “Automatic color constancy algorithm selection and combination”. These results are incorporated in our sections results-per-method and results-per-dataset. They also recomputed the ground truth of the reprocessed version of the Color-checker data set and made these available together with their results on this data set.
We updated the page with new results! Ayan Chakrabarti et al. recently had a paper accepted to IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (click here for the corresponding research-page and preprint) and were so kind to share their results. These results are incorporated in our sections results-per-method and results-per-dataset. A full overview of their findings can be found here.