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Colour-television-system parameters

Colour-television-system parameters

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It is suggested that simpler chrominance signals exist which correspond more closely to the confusion loci in tritanopia, and the sum and difference combinations of the colour-difference signals are listed as examples. The weighting factors for the colour-difference signals could also be simplified to unity and one half.

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