Occlusion junctions do not improve stereoacuity.


Occlusion geometry gives rise to interocular shifts in the positions of binocularly viewed contour junctions. Since these shifts do not give rise to normal binocular disparities, they have been called 'pseudodisparities'. Previous work has shown that the unmatched contour segments of a partially occluded contour at occlusion junctions can be used to recover… (More)


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