Occlusions and their relationship with the distribution of contrasts in natural images

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An Information-Theory-like hypothesis recently proposed for early visual processing (the Minimal Local-Asperity hypothesis) accounts for the adaptive behavior with intensity of horizontal cells. It has been shown that for this to hold, the probability that a point is traversed by an occluding border must increase supralinearly (that is, with a positive… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/S0042-6989(00)00099-7

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@article{Balboa2000OcclusionsAT, title={Occlusions and their relationship with the distribution of contrasts in natural images}, author={Rosario M. Balboa and Norberto M. Grzywacz}, journal={Vision Research}, year={2000}, volume={40}, pages={2661-2669} }