A perturbation analysis of depth perception from combinations of texture and motion cues.

@article{Young1993APA,
  title={A perturbation analysis of depth perception from combinations of texture and motion cues.},
  author={Mark J. Young and Michael S. Landy and Lawrence T Maloney},
  journal={Vision research},
  year={1993},
  volume={33 18},
  pages={2685-96}
}
We examined how depth information from two different cue types (object motion and texture gradient) is integrated into a single estimate in human vision. Two critical assumptions of a recent model of depth cue combination (termed modified weak fusion) were tested. The first assumption is that the overall depth estimate is a weighted linear combination of the estimates derived from the individual cues, after initial processing needed to bring them to a common format. The second assumption is… CONTINUE READING

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