Assessing the microstructure of motion correspondences with non-retinotopic feature attribution.

@article{Otto2008AssessingTM,
  title={Assessing the microstructure of motion correspondences with non-retinotopic feature attribution.},
  author={Thomas U. Otto and Haluk Oğmen and Michael H. Herzog},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2008},
  volume={8 7},
  pages={16.1-15}
}
The motion correspondence problem, one of the classical examples of perceptual organization, addresses the question of how elements are grouped across space and time. Here, we investigate motion correspondences using a new feature attribution technique. We present, for example, a grating of four lines followed by a spatially shifted grating of three lines… CONTINUE READING