Orientation anisotropies in visual search revealed by noise.


The human visual system is remarkably adept at finding objects of interest in cluttered visual environments, a task termed visual search. Because the human eye is highly foveated, it accomplishes this by making many discrete fixations linked by rapid eye movements called saccades. In such naturalistic tasks, we know very little about how the brain selects… (More)


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@article{Tavassoli2007OrientationAI, title={Orientation anisotropies in visual search revealed by noise.}, author={Abtine Tavassoli and I. H. M. van der Linde and Alan C. Bovik and Lawrence K. Cormack}, journal={Journal of vision}, year={2007}, volume={7 12}, pages={11.1-8} }