Motion repulsion arises from stimulus statistics when analyzed with a clustering algorithm

@article{Mahani2005MotionRA,
  title={Motion repulsion arises from stimulus statistics when analyzed with a clustering algorithm},
  author={Alireza S. Mahani and Anders E. Carlsson and Ralf Wessel},
  journal={Biological Cybernetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={92},
  pages={288-291}
}
Motion repulsion is the perceived enlargement of the angle between the directions of motion of two transparently moving patterns. An explanation of this illusion has long been sought for in the neural circuitry of the brain. We show that motion repulsion already arises from the statistical properties of the motion transparency problem when analyzed with a clustering algorithm. 

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