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Edges are important in the interpretation of the retinal image. Although luminance edges have been studied extensively, much less is known about how or where the primate visual system detects boundaries defined by differences in surface properties such as texture, motion or binocular disparity. Here we use functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to(More)
Visual motion boundaries provide a powerful cue for the perceptual organization of scenes. Motion boundaries are present when surfaces in motion occlude one another. Conventional approaches to motion analysis have relied on assumptions of data conservation and smoothness, which has made analysis of motion boundaries diicult. We show that a common source of(More)
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