The vision of natural and complex images

  title={The vision of natural and complex images},
  author={Adar Pelah},
  journal={Vision Research},
  • A. Pelah
  • Published 1 December 1997
  • Biology
  • Vision Research
7 Citations
Nonlinear mechanisms and higher-order statistics in biological vision and electronic image processing: review and perspectives
By using unconventional modeling approaches like differential geometry or Volterra–Wiener systems, a deeper understanding of the adaptation of the visual system to the complex natural environment is gained, which can make the biological system an inspiring source for the design of novel strategies in electronic image processing.
Ten years of the rational analysis of cognition
Investigation of eye movements during walking in real and simulated environments
This thesis reports experimental research on locomotion simulators, improving design methods and investigating human performance in simulator environments (SE) in comparison with real-world
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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
Binocular and Monocular Detection of Gabor Patches in Binocular Two-Dimensional Noise
Contrast thresholds for detecting sine-wave Gabor patches in two-dimensional externally added random-pixel noise were measured and the magnitude of binocular summation decreased with increasing noise strength, similar in correlated and uncorrelated noise.