Orientation- and frequency-modulated textures at low depths of modulation are processed by off-orientation and off-frequency texture mechanisms

Abstract

Intuitively it may seem likely that orientation-modulated (OM) and frequency-modulated (FM) textures are processed utilizing the first-order channels that are most responsive to the first-order (luminance) information contained in the textures. This assumption would imply that the detection or segmentation of OM or FM textures is accomplished by second… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/S0042-6989(01)00315-7

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