Editorial: Using Noise to Characterize Vision

@inproceedings{Allard2015EditorialUN,
  title={Editorial: Using Noise to Characterize Vision},
  author={Remy Allard and Jocelyn Faubert and Denis G. Pelli},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2015}
}
Auditory noise is a sound, a random variation in air pressure. More generally, random “noise” can be introduced into any stimulus, including a visual display. Noise added to the stimulus can probe the computations underlying perception of the stimulus. With power and precision, the noise, by restricting the information available, places fundamental constraints on attainable performance and processing strategy. WWII research on radar led to mathematical theorems about detectability of signals in… CONTINUE READING
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