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CRT monitors are often used as a soft proofing device for the hard copy image output. However, what the user sees on the monitor does not match its output, even if the monitor and the output device are calibrated with CIE/XYZ or CIE/L*a*b*. This is especially obvious when correlated color temperature (CCT) of CRT monitor's white point significantly differs from ambient light. In a typical office environment, one uses a computer graphic monitor having a CCT of 9300K in a room of whitedoi:10.1117/12.173847 dblp:conf/clrimg/Katoh94 fatcat:tza3md2u4bdkhjjamjm6bpzvai