Spatial pooling properties deduced from the detectability of FM and quasi-AM gratings: A reanalysis

@article{Graham1976SpatialPP,
  title={Spatial pooling properties deduced from the detectability of FM and quasi-AM gratings: A reanalysis},
  author={Norma Graham and Bernice E. Rogowitz},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1976},
  volume={16},
  pages={1021-1026}
}
In a thought-provoking paper. Stromeyer and Klein (1975) study several models of spatial pattern detection. The class of models they consider (Campbell and Robson, 1968; Thomas, 1970; Kulikowski and KingSmith, 1973) postulates the existence, at some stage in the visual system, of many different sizes of receptive field centered on every retinal point. Within this “multiple channels” context, the questions they address directly are: (1) What is the bandwidth, or range of spatial frequencies. to… CONTINUE READING

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