Independent Spatial-Frequency-Tuned Channels in Binocular Fusion and Rivalry

@inproceedings{Julesz1975IndependentSC,
  title={Independent Spatial-Frequency-Tuned Channels in Binocular Fusion and Rivalry},
  author={B{\'e}la Julesz and Joan E. Miller},
  year={1975}
}
  • Béla Julesz, Joan E. Miller
  • Published 1975
  • Psychology
  • Monocular masking studies show that the visibility of a one-dimensional sinusoidal grating remains unchanged in the presence of masking noise filtered so as to contain spectral components that are at least two octaves away from the spatial frequency of the grating (Stromeyer and Julesz 1972). In the present study, random-dot stereograms were bandpass filtered in the two-dimensional Fourier domain, and masking noise of various spatial frequency bands was added to the filtered stereograms… CONTINUE READING

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