Modeling the Combination of Motion, Stereo, and Vergence Angle Cues to Visual Depth

@article{Fine1999ModelingTC,
  title={Modeling the Combination of Motion, Stereo, and Vergence Angle Cues to Visual Depth},
  author={I. Fine and R. Jacobs},
  journal={Neural Computation},
  year={1999},
  volume={11},
  pages={1297-1330}
}
Three models of visual cue combination were simulated: a weak fusion model, a modified weak model, and a strong model. Their relative strengths and weaknesses are evaluated on the basis of their performances on the tasks of judging the depth and shape of an ellipse. The models differ in the amount of interaction that they permit among the cues of stereo, motion, and vergence angle. Results suggest that the constrained nonlinear interaction of the modified weak model allows better performance… Expand
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