K. Gary Chan

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Complex reactive systems require specifying the relationship of inputs and outputs in the time domain. Typically, such descriptions involve complex sequences of events, often with explicit timing constraints, that combine to form the system's overall behavior. In addition, most reactive systems are highly concurrent and hierarchical. Investigating formal(More)
A technique is presented permitting control of input to each hemiretina and each hemisphere, of the various elements of a visual illusion. When the retinal effects and post-retinal effects are added, the result is greater than the total illusory effect. This is believed due to the mixing between hemispheres via the corpus callosum, and suggests a possible(More)
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