Wavelets , vision and the statistics of natural scenes

@inproceedings{Field1999WaveletsV,
  title={Wavelets , vision and the statistics of natural scenes},
  author={David J. Field},
  year={1999}
}
The processing of spatial information by the visual system shows a number of similarities to the wavelet transforms that have become popular in applied mathematics. Over the last decade, a range of studies has focused on the question of ‘why’ the visual system would evolve this strategy of coding spatial information. One such approach has focused on the relationship between the visual code and the statistics of natural scenes under the assumption that the visual system has evolved this strategy… CONTINUE READING
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