A Centroid for Sections of a Cube in a Function Space, with application to Colorimetry

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Authors Glenn Davis
Journal/Conference Name ArXiv e-prints
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Paper Abstract The definition of the centroid in finite dimensions does not apply in a function space because of the lack of a translation invariant measure. Another approach, suggested by Nik Weaver, is to use a suitable collection of finite-dimensional subspaces. For a specific collection of subspaces of $L^1[0,1]$, this approach is shown to be successful when the subset is the intersection of a cube with a closed affine subspace of finite codimension. The techniques used are the classical Laplace Transform and saddlepoint method for asymptotics. Applications to spectral reflectance estimation in colorimetry are presented.
Date of publication 2018
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