J A Stephen Viggiano

Adjunct, GNU/Linux System Administrator


Contact Information

OfficeGOS A260
Phone(585) 475-6555
Emailjasvppr@rit.edu

Office Hours

TR 3:00 - 5:00 PM, or by appointment. On most afternoons, if I'm not in class, you can often find me in my office--stop by!

Research Interests

Psychometrics of perception; computational color; copulas; open-source software


Selected Publications

Franz Sigg, J A Stephen Viggiano, Khalid Husain, Predicting the Color of an Overprint of Two Spot Colors Using a Mathematical Model. 2011 TAGA Proceedings
 
Ink Penetration, Isomorphic Colorant Mixing, and Negative Values of Yule-Nielsen n. Eighteenth Color and Imaging Conference: Color Science and Engineering Systems, Technologies, and Applications; San Antonio, Texas; November 2010; p. 285-290; ISBN / ISSN: 978-0-89208-294-0
 
J A Stephen Viggiano, Sri Hemanth Prakhya, Prediction of Overprint Spectra Using Trapping Models: A Feasibility Study. RIT TAGA Journal, 2008.
 
Physical Significance of Negative Yule-Nielsen n-value. ICIS '06; Rochester, New York; May 2006; p. 607-613; ISBN / ISSN: 0-89208-260-7
 
A Numerical Comparison of Several Metrics for Spectral Match. CGIV 2004; Aachen, Germany; April 2004; p. 286-291; ISBN / ISSN: 0-89208-250-X
 
Comparison of the accuracy of different white-balancing options as quantified by their color constancy. Sensors and Camera Systems for Scientific, Industrial, and Digital Photography Applications V; San Jose, California; 2004; p. 323-333; ISBN / ISSN: 0-8194-5204-1
 
Minimal-Knowledge Assumptions in Digital Still Camera Characterization. II: Non-Uniform Distribution. PICS 2003: Image Processing, Image Quality, Image Capture Systems Conference, including MCS/05 Fifth International Symposium on Multispectral Color Science; Rochester, NY; May 13, 2003; p. 435-440; ISBN / ISSN: 0-89208-245-3
 
Minimal-Knowledge Assumptions in Digital Still Camera Characterization I: Uniform Distribution, Toeplitz Correlation. Ninth Color Imaging Conference: Color Science and Engineering: Systems, Technologies, and Applications; Scottsdale, Arizona; November 2001; p. 332-336; ISBN / ISSN: 0-89208-235-6