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Color Science: Concepts and Methods, Quantitative Data and Formulae 2nd Edition
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Bottom line is that it's a great reference book for detailed, mathemetical views of Color Science topics. It's not a very good book to read for general information or an overview on color science. I'd highly recommend "Principles of Color Technology" by Roy Berns as a good all-around 1st book on color science. Much easier and more enjoyable to read. The Wyszecki & Stiles is more of a reference book if you need the next level of detail after that.
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Ok, not new, but the only one in it's class that goes so deep into the subject.
Answers all the things the others don't even mention.
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This is probably not a good "first book" in color science. However, if you do have knowledge of the field (or are taking a class in it) then it can be a very good reference.Published on April 1, 2009 by Samuel P. Subbarao
The book is very complet, but a little difficult. It's the bible of colorimetry!!!Published on August 13, 2005 by Bossini Gianni