Explaining the chromatic methodology for the intelligent monitoring of complex systems, Chromatic Monitoring of Complex Conditions demonstrates that chromatic processing is analogous to human vision yet also extends into a wide range of nonoptical domains.
Taking a practical approach that utilizes many examples and graphs, the book presents the origin and methodology of chromaticity, before delving into the various applications of chromatic methods. It first describes characteristics of chromatic systems and chromatic processing algorithms, such as H, S, V transformation and basic x, y, z algorithms. The book then discusses the areas in which chromatic monitoring can be deployed, including electrical plasmas, industrial liquids, broadband interferometry and polarimetry, biological tissues and fluids, the environment, and acoustical and vibration signals.
With contributions from international authorities in the field, this volume shows how chromatic analysis is useful for investigating diverse complex systems and for processing large amounts of information about system behavior, from direct physical parameters to holistic system overviews. By covering the broad capabilities of the methodology, it provides the basis for adapting chromatic techniques in future work.
Table of Contents
Prologue. Basic Principles of Chromatic Monitoring. Characteristics of Chromatic H, L, S Systems. Other Chromatic Processing Algorithms. Chromatic Monitoring of Electrical Plasmas. Chromatic Monitoring of Industrial Liquids. Chromatic Monitoring for Broadband Interferometry and Polarimetry. Particulates Monitoring with Polychromatic Light. Chromatic Monitoring of Biological Tissues and Fluids. Chromatic Methods Applied in Environmental Monitoring. Chromaticity of Acoustical and Vibration Signals. Chromatic Monitoring of Activity and Behavior. Epilogue. Index.
Gordon Rees Jones, Anthony G. Deakin, Joseph W. Spencer