Representations of Vision: Trends and Tacit Assumptions in Vision Research
Andrei Gorea, Yves Fregnac, Zoi Kapoula, John Findlay
Cambridge University Press, 26 апр. 1991 г. - Всего страниц: 349
This stimulating volume on vision extends well beyond the traditional areas of vision research and places the subject in a much broader philosophical context. The emphasis throughout is to integrate and illuminate the visual process. The first three parts of the volume provide authoritative overviews on computational vision and neural networks, on the neurophysiology of visual cortex processing, and on eye-movement research. Each of these parts illustrates how different research perspectives may jointly solve fundamental problems related to the efficiency of visual perception, to the relationship between vision and eye-movements and to the neurophysiological 'codes' underlying our visual perceptions. In the fourth part, leading vision scientists introduce the reader to some major philosophical problems in vision research such as the nature of 'ultimate' codes for perceptual events, the duality of psycho-physics, the bases of visual recognition and the paradigmatic foundations of computer-vision research.
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Multidimensional pyramids in vision and video
Issues of representation in neural networks
Visual Cortical Processing From Perception to Memory
How many cycles make an oscillation?
Elements of form perception in monkey prestriate cortex
E Peterhans R von der Heydt
Current views on the visuomotor interface of the saccadic system
Tacit Assumptions in Vision Research
The duality of psychophysics
Some tacit assumptions in visual psychophysics
Hidden assumptions in seeing shape from shading and apparent motion
Whats up in topdown processing?
Vison tells you more than what is where
J Findlay Z Kapoula
The parsing of optic flow by the primate oculomotor system
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