Responses of spatial mechanisms can explain hyperacuity

@article{Wilson1986ResponsesOS,
  title={Responses of spatial mechanisms can explain hyperacuity},
  author={Hugh R. Wilson},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1986},
  volume={26},
  pages={453-469}
}
A recently developed nonlinear mathematical model for spatial pattern discrimination, which is formally analogous to line element models in color vision, was applied to a variety of hyperacuity tasks. The computed results are in reasonable agreement with data on vernier acuity as a function of line length and separation, chevron acuity, periodic vernier acuity using sinusoidal lines, three line bisection acuity, vernier acuity using cosine gratings, and spatial interference with vernier acuity… CONTINUE READING
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