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THE APPLIED VISION ASSOCIATION IS A REGISTERED CHARITY NO: 1049146 COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT Chairman: Vice chair: Treasurer: Bulletin of the AVA: Publicity Officer:

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  title={THE APPLIED VISION ASSOCIATION IS A REGISTERED CHARITY NO: 1049146 COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT Chairman: Vice chair: Treasurer: Bulletin of the AVA: Publicity Officer:},
  author={Ian R. Moorhead},
  year={1997}
}
presented at ECVP Motion contrast: a new metric for direction discrimination N.E. Scott-Samuel* and M.A Georgeson School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, B15 2TT, U.K. (*current address: Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway, Egham, TW20 OEX, U.K.) Email: n.scott-samuel@rhbnc.ac.uk, m.a.georgeson@bham.ac.uk The Adelson-Bergen energy model (1985 Journal of the Optical Society of America A 2 284-299) is a standard framework for understanding 1storder motion processing. Its… 

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