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    This function converts a provided set of tristimulus values to
    sRGB. The tristimulus values are assumed to be in the range
    [0,1] and computed with illuminant D65. A non-linearity adjustment
    for the monitor response is applied (gamma = 2.2).
      (Source: http://www.brucelindbloom.com)
      | R-linear | | 3.2404542 -1.5371385 -0.4985314 | | X |
      | G-linear | = | -0.9692660 1.8760108 0.0415560 | * | Y |
      | B-linear | | 0.0556434 -0.2040259 1.0572252 | | Z |
    For [R-linear,G-linear,B-linear] <= 0.0031308
      sRGB = 12.92 * sRGB
    For [R-linear,G-linear,B-linear] > 0.0031308
      sRGB = ( 1 + a ) * sRGB^( 1 / 2.4 ) - a


    Color Science.

Calling Sequence

    Result = XYZ2SRGB( xyz )


      A 3-element vector or 3xn array of XYZ tristimulus values
      (each in the range [0,1]). The tristimulus values are
      assumed to have been computed using illuminant D65.

Keyword Parameters


Return Value

    Result is either a 3-element vector or a 3xn array that contains
    the computed sRGB color values

Side Effects


Modification History

    Written by: Carl Salvaggio
    January, 2008 Original code
    February 2010 Modified with more precise coefficients
    July 2010 Corrected error with sRGB values and threshhold


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