Binary and ternary textures containing higher-order spatial correlations

@article{Maddess2004BinaryAT,
  title={Binary and ternary textures containing higher-order spatial correlations},
  author={Ted Maddess and Yasunari Nagai and A. R. C. James and A. Ankiewcz},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={44},
  pages={1093-1113}
}
A quantitative method is presented for creating a large number of classes of binary (256) and ternary (7.62 x 10(12)) textures. The binary textures are presented as black and white (contrasts -1 and 1). The ternary textures have three levels: black, white and the mean luminance gray (contrasts -1, 0 and 1). The ternary patterns in particular display a wide variety of properties, including depth cues from disparity and lighting. Given the very large number of ternary patterns, we present… CONTINUE READING
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