Abstract

An error was made in the equations describing the wavelength dependent dark adaptation of the human eye. The conclusions of the paper remain unchanged.

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  1. D. Poelman and P. F. Smet, “Photometry in the dark: time dependent visibility of low intensity light sources,” Opt. Express 18(25), 26293–26299 (2010).
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  2. H. Davson, The Eye (Academic Press, 1962), Vol. 2.

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VI ( I ( λ ) , t ) = X × P PT I ( λ ) ( t ) + ( 1 X ) × S ST I ( λ ) ( t )
PT I ( λ ) ( t ) = PT 460 ( t )
ST I ( λ ) ( t ) = ST 460 ( t ) × K m V ( 460 nm ) K m V ( 460 nm ) = ST 460 ( t ) × 22.56

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