IOC, Vector sum, and squaring: three different motion effects or one?

@article{Bowns2001IOCVS,
  title={IOC, Vector sum, and squaring: three different motion effects or one?},
  author={L. Bowns},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={41},
  pages={965-972}
}
Bowns (Vision Research, 36(22) (1996), 3685) argued that there are distinct features in two-component moving patterns (plaids) that if tracked move in the same direction as (1) the intersection of constraints direction (IOC) Adelson and Movshon (Nature, 300 (1992), 523); and (2) the vector sum direction (VS) Yo and Wilson (Vision Research, 32(1) (1992), 135). The IOC and VS are hypotheses of how the motion of single components is combined to give pattern motion. This paper shows that there are… CONTINUE READING

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