The aim of this work is to illustrate the dependence of measurement performance of multi-spectral imaging systems on the type of color calibration used. For application-specific color calibration, high performance can be achieved. If a non-adequate color calibration is used, the measurement performance might drop considerably. These effects are demonstrated empirically by means of textile and paper measurement applications. The underlying theory for the measurement performance drop is explained briefly.
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