Contents for Vol. 11, No. 4 Jul./Aug., 2004

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Vol. 11, No. 4 Jul./Aug., 2004 ISSN: 1340-6000
  Area Page Title Author(s)
Regular Papers GENERAL AND PHYSICAL OPTICS 199 Orthogonal Aberration Functions for Microlithographic Optics Tomoyuki MATSUYAMA and Tomoko UJIKE
  OPTICAL MATERIALS AND MANUFACTURING TECH NOLOGIES 208 Linearity Improvement for Photomask Critical Dimension Metrology with Deep-Ultraviolet Microscope Takeshi YAMANE
Special Issue
Vision and Color
iv    Preface
Reviews (Invited Papers) VISION 217 Color Appearance Explained, Predicted and Confirmed by the Concept of Recognized Visual Space of Illumination Mitsuo IKEDA
    226 Chromatic-Spatial Vision of the Aging Eye John S. WERNER, Peter B. DELAHUNT and Joseph L. HARDY
Regular Papers VISON 235 Room Illuminance rather than Immediate Surrounding Luminance Determines Natural to Unnatural Color of an Object Border Yuwadee THIANGTHANGTUM, Mitsuo IKEDA and Hiroyuki SHINODA
    240 Color Zone Map in Peripheral Vision at Various Illuminance Levels Hiroshi HAMADA and Akira YUJIRI
    249 Testing the Possibility of Average-Color Perception from Multi-Colored Patterns Ichiro KURIKI
    258 The Effect of Exposure Duration on Stereopsis and Its Dependency on Spatial Frequency Seungbae LEE, Satoshi SHIOIRI and Hirohisa YAGUCHI
    265 Change of Color Appearance in Photopic, Mesopic and Scotopic Vision Jae Chul SHIN, Hirohisa YAGUCHI and Satoshi SHIOIRI
    272 A Color Appearance Model Applicable in Mesopic Vision JaeChul SHIN, Naoki MATSUKI, Hirohisa YAGUCHI and Satoshi SHIOIRI
    279 Limit of the Surface-Color Mode Perception under Non-Uniform Illuminations Yasuki YAMAUCHI and Keiji UCHIKAWA
    288 Color Constancy in a Photograph Perceived as a Three-Dimensional Space Yoko MIZOKAMI, Mitsuo IKEDA and Hiroyuki SHINODA

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