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grams elicited by silent substitution stimuli from the light-adapted human eye. Purpose: To demonstrate that silent substitution stimuli can be used to generate electroretinograms (ERGs) that effectively isolate rod photoreceptor function in humans without the need for dark adaptation, and that this approach constitutes a viable alternative to current(More)
—Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) games are among the most played digital games in the world. In these games, teams of players fight against each other in arena environments, and the gameplay is focussed on tactical combat. In this paper, we present three data-driven measures of spatio-temporal behaviour in Defence of the Ancients 2 (DotA 2): 1) Zone(More)
The installation of a bar coding system was perceived by R-TEK as a " quick fix " to poor stock accuracy and inventory control. However after a full review it was realised there was a considerable gulf between the perceptions of the problem and the strategic need for improved inventory control. This resulted in the bar coding purchase being delayed whilst(More)
Electroretinograms (ERGs) elicited by transient, square-wave L- and M-cone isolating stimuli were recorded from human trichromatic (n=19) and dichromatic (n=4) observers. The stimuli were generated on a four primary LED stimulator and were equated in terms of cone modulation (cone contrast=0.11) and retinal illuminance (12,000 trolands). L- and M-cone(More)
We studied the spatial arrangement of L- and M-cone driven electroretinograms (ERGs) reflecting the activity of magno- and parvocellular pathways. L- and M-cone isolating sine wave stimuli were created with a four primary LED stimulator using triple silent substitution paradigms. Temporal frequencies were 8 and 12 Hz, to reflect cone opponent activity, and(More)
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