Modelling perceptual distortion: amplitude and phase transmission in the human visual system.

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In this paper we consider the complementary properties of image amplitude and phase components and their role in normal and amblyopic vision. Specific two-dimensional filtered images are included to demonstrate the possible perceptual distortions due to both amplitude and phase disturbances. Finally, the relationships between amplitude and phase filters are discussed with reference to the types of receptive field distributions expected to underly the normal and abnormal cases.

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@article{Brettel1982ModellingPD, title={Modelling perceptual distortion: amplitude and phase transmission in the human visual system.}, author={Hans Brettel and Terry Caelli and R L Hilz and Ingo Rentschler}, journal={Human neurobiology}, year={1982}, volume={1 1}, pages={61-7} }