J Drösler

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Timing in the visual field is regarded as an additive conjoint measurement structure, psychophysical extension of stimulus path as an extensive measurement structure. These two sets of postulates lead to the derivation of an essential maximum for velocity perception. Apparent phi motion perception under strictly stationary stimulus conditions is described(More)
  • J Drösler
  • Zeitschrift für experimentelle und angewandte…
  • 1992
The present study describes the structure of monocular depth perception using an experimental basis. It regards the traditional theory of perspective, which is a subset of descriptive geometry, only as a construction guide for flat, albeit depth eliciting, visual stimuli. The investigation starts with a definition of structure as a set with an automorphism(More)
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