Rivalrous texture stereograms

  title={Rivalrous texture stereograms},
  author={John E. W. Mayhew and John P. Frisby},
THE two eyes receive slightly differing views of the world and it has been known since the invention of the stereoscope, 140 yr ago, that these slight differences are utilised by the visual system for stereopsis—the perception of the relative depths of objects on the basis of binocular disparity. The central theoretical problem in stereopsis is simply stated: how is disparity information extracted from the two retinal images? We examine here various possible answers to this question. 

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