Color coordinate supporting system with navigating state of user's mind

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In this paper, we propose a retrieval system for detecting color coordination that matches with a current state of user's mind. First, the user selects a few keywords such as wild and vivid, and the system extracts the initial candidates of color coordination from design database which correspond to keywords. Next, these initial candidates are narrowed down to candidates adapting to the state of user's mind. Remained candidates usually suit user's color preference. Thus it is not easy for the user to select one from these candidates. Therefore, finally, by changing the balance of color coordination, the user can find the favorite design of the color coordination with great satisfaction. © 1995 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.




Yagi, Y., Yagyu, T., Hisamori, Y., & Yachida, M. (1995). Color coordinate supporting system with navigating state of user’s mind. In Advances in Human Factors/Ergonomics (Vol. 20, pp. 405–410). CRC Press LLC.

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