From: Andy Little (andy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-12 18:48:39
"Kevin Wheatley" <hxpro_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> Generally in the CGI end of the business we have meta data that
> describes how to interpret the data separate from its data
> representation. I'd want a library to understand that separation.
> Floating point numbers do go >1.0 (and <0.0 once you enter abstract
> mathematical representations)
> Personally if I ever see a HSV/HSL/etc colour space I'd avoid it like
> the plague as generally they are ill defined by some 'graphics' text
> book rather than being a true 'colour' space. This is because the
> approximation they make is *too* approximate for the level of
> adjustments we need to make.
It occurs that, there is no real reason why a Concept, once more formally
defined in the language, and knowing the available models, couldnt choose a
representation, by which to represent itself.
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