3.6.3 Human Perception, Human Visual System -- General

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Human Perception. Human Visual System. There are many other papers on human perception included elsewhere. This is by no means an exhaustive listing, but includes various papers that are not topic specific (e.g. Stereo, Color, etc.).

Kolb, H.[Helga], Fernandez, E.[Eduardo], Nelson, R.[Ralph],
Webvision: The organization of the Vertebrate Retina,
Online Book2002.
WWW Link. How (human) vision works, etc. Lots of information, pictures, etc. BibRef 0200

Uhr, L.[Leonard],
Review of psychological processes in pattern recognition,
CGIP(3), No. 4, December 1974, pp. 359-361.
WWW Link. 0501
Survey, Psychological Process. BibRef

Tunstall, K.W.,
Recognizing Patterns: Are there Processes that Precede Feature Analysis?,
PR(7), No. 1-2, June 1975, pp. 95-106.
WWW Link. BibRef 7506

Muller, F.J., Taylor, W.K.,
A parallel processing model for the study of possible pattern recognition mechanisms in the brain,
PR(8), No. 1, January 1976, pp. 47-52.
WWW Link. 0309
BibRef

Cerella, J.[John],
Absence of perspective processing in the pigeon,
PR(9), No. 2, July 1977, pp. 65-68.
WWW Link. 0309
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Cerella, J.[John],
The pigeon's analysis of pictures,
PR(12), No. 1, 1980, pp. 1-6.
WWW Link. 0309
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Cerella, J.[John],
Pigeons and perceptrons,
PR(19), No. 6, 1986, pp. 431-438.
WWW Link. 0309
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Granovskaya, R.M., Bereznaya, I.J.,
Experiments on human pattern recognition: A Hierarchical Sign-System Approach,
PR(12), No. 1, 1980, pp. 17-26.
WWW Link. 0309
BibRef

Crettez, J.P., Simon, J.C.,
A Model for Cell Receptive Fields in the Visual Striate Cortex,
CGIP(20), No. 4, December 1982, pp. 299-318.
WWW Link. BibRef 8212

Braunstein, M.L.,
Contrasts Between Human and Machine Vision: Should Technology Recapitulate Phylogeny?,
HMV83(85-96). BibRef 8300

Kolers, P.A.,
Visual Computation,
HMV83(259-268). BibRef 8300

Kolers, P.A.,
Some Features of Visual Form,
CVGIP(23), No. 1, July 1983, pp. 15-41.
WWW Link. BibRef 8307

Hochberg, J.,
Machines Should Not See as People Do, but Must Know How People See,
CVGIP(37), No. 2, February 1987, pp. 221-237.
WWW Link. BibRef 8702

Hubel, D.H.,
Eye Brain and Vision,
Scientific American Library1988, ISBN 0-7167-5020-1.
HTML Version. Buy this book: Eye, Brain, and Vision (Scientific American Library) BibRef 8800

Papathomas, T.V.,
Special Issue on Visual-Perception: Guest Editorial,
IJIST(7), No. 2, Summer 1996, pp. 63-64. 9607
BibRef

Watt, R.J.,
An Outline of the Primal Sketch in Human Vision,
PRL(5), 1987, pp. 139-150. BibRef 8700

Bedrosian, S.D.,
Significance of Visual Limitations in Automated Pattern Recognition Applications,
PRL(2), 1984, pp. 395-400. BibRef 8400

Mellink, H.[Hans], Buffart, H.[Hans],
An Abstract code network as a model of perceptual memory,
PR(20), No. 1, 1987, pp. 143-151.
WWW Link. 0309
BibRef

Adelson, E.H., Bergen, J.R.,
The Plenoptic Function and the Elements of Early Vision,
CMVP91(3-20). The Plenoptic Function describes the light intensity passing through every viewpoint, in every direction, for all time and for every wavelength. Thus what we really get is a sample of the function and we want to reconstruct reality. BibRef 9100

Perrett, D.I., Oram, M.W.,
Neurophysiology of shape processing,
IVC(11), No. 6, July-August 1993, pp. 317-333.
WWW Link. 0401
BibRef

Kosslyn, S.M.[Stephen M.],
Image and Brain: The Resolution of the Imagery Debate,
MIT PressCambridge, MA, 1994. ISBN 0-262-11184-5. Theory of visual imagery. Buy this book: Image And Brain: THE RESOLUTION OF THE IMAGERY DEBATE BibRef 9400

Tyler, C.W.[Christopher W.],
Human Symmetry Perception and Its Computational Analysis,
VSP Press1997. Twenty-two chapters. Contributed and overview papers. BibRef 9700

Pinoli, J.C.,
The Logarithmic Image Processing Model: Connections with Human Brightness Perception and Contrast Estimators,
JMIV(7), No. 4, October 1997, pp. 341-358.
DOI Link 9710
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Yagi, T., Ohshima, S., Funahashi, Y.,
The Role of Retinal Bipolar Cell in Early Vision: An Implication with Analog Networks and Regularization Theory,
BioCyber(77), No. 3, September 1997, pp. 163-171. 9710
BibRef

Wiebe, K.J., Basu, A.,
Modeling Ecologically Specialized Biological Visual Systems,
PR(30), No. 10, October 1997, pp. 1687-1703.
WWW Link. 9712
BibRef

Chen, Y.S., Lin, T.D.,
An Investigation into the Closure Process in Human Visual-Perception for Line Patterns,
PR(31), No. 1, January 1998, pp. 1-13.
WWW Link. 9802
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Roehrbein, F.[Florian], Zetzsche, C.[Christoph],
Exploitation of Natural Image Statistics by Biological Vision Systems: 1/f2 Power Spectra and Self-Similar Bandpass Decompositions,
CVPR98(86-91).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9800

Humphreys, G.W., Stiehl, H.S.,
Computational and Psychophysical Studies of Early Vision,
IVC(16), No. 6-7, May 18 1998, pp. 387-388.
WWW Link. 9806
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Georgeson, M.A.,
Edge-Finding in Human Vision: A Multistage Model Based on the Perceived Structure of Plaids,
IVC(16), No. 6-7, May 18 1998, pp. 389-405.
WWW Link. 9806
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Ross, W.D., Mingolla, E.,
Recent Progress in Modeling Neural Mechanisms of Form and Color Vision,
IVC(16), No. 6-7, May 18 1998, pp. 447-472.
WWW Link. 9806
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Claridge, E., Billups, I.R.,
Towards a Method for Parametrizing Models of Early Vision Using Psychophysical Data,
IVC(16), No. 6-7, May 18 1998, pp. 473-498.
WWW Link. 9806
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Lambrecht, C.J.V., Kunt, M.,
Characterization of Human Visual Sensitivity for Video Imaging Applications,
SP(67), No. 3, June 1998, pp. 255-269. 9808
BibRef

Martin, C.E., Rogers, S.K., Kabrisky, M.,
Digital Production of Color Mach Bands Using a Color Human Visual-System Model,
SMC-A(28), No. 1, January 1998, pp. 127-130.
IEEE Top Reference. 9801
BibRef

Martin, C.E., Keller, J.G., Rogers, S.K., Kabrisky, M.,
Color Blindness and a Color Human Visual System Model,
SMC-A(30), No. 4, July 2000, pp. 494-499.
IEEE Top Reference. 0008
BibRef

Rodriguez Sanchez, R.[Rosa], Garcia, J.A., Fdez Valdivia, J., Fdez Vidal, X.R.[Xose R.],
Origins of illusory percepts in digital images,
PR(33), No. 12, December 2000, pp. 2007-2017.
WWW Link. 0008
BibRef

Chernyak, D.A., Stark, L.W.,
Top-down guided eye movements,
SMC-B(31), No. 4, August 2001, pp. 514-522.
IEEE Top Reference. Study of human eye movements. Simulate the saccades to extract information from an image. 0109
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Beck, J.,
On the Computational Modeling of Human Vision,
FIU01(Chapter 13). BibRef 0100

Fermüller, C.[Cornelia], Aloimonos, Y.[Yiannis],
Statistics Explains Geometrical Optical Illusions,
FIU01(Chapter 14). BibRef 0100
And: Add A2: Malm, H.[Henrik], UMD--TR4251, May 2001.
WWW Link. Optical illusions, e.g. patterns due to motion signals in line drawings, due to statistics of visual computations. BibRef

Bourbakis, N.G.,
Emulating human visual perception for measuring difference in images using an SPN graph approach,
SMC-B(32), No. 2, April 2002, pp. 191-201.
IEEE Top Reference. 0205
BibRef

Kuo, S.S.[Shyh-Shiaw], Johnston, J.D.,
Spatial Noise Shaping Based on Human Visual Sensitivity and Its Application to Image Coding,
IP(11), No. 5, May 2002, pp. 509-517.
IEEE DOI 0206
BibRef
Earlier: ICIP01(II: 17-20).
IEEE DOI 0108
BibRef

Petrov, Y.A.[Yury A.], Popple, A.V.[Ariella V.],
Effects of negative afterimages in visual illusions,
JOSA-A(19), No. 6, June 2002, pp. 1107-1111.
WWW Link. 0206
BibRef

Palmer, S.,
Vision Science: Photons to Phenomenology,
MIT Press1999. BibRef 9900

Fize, D.[Denis], Vanduffel, W.[Wim], Nelissen, K.[Koen], Denys, K.[Katrien], Chef d'Hotel, C.[Christophe], Faugeras, O.D.[Olivier D.], Orban, G.A.[Guy A.],
Retinotopic mapping in awake monkeys suggests a different functional organization for dorsal and ventral V4,
INRIARR-4732, Février 2003.
HTML Version. 0306
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Brun, L.[Luc], Kropatsch, W.G.[Walter G.],
Receptive fields within the Combinatorial Pyramid framework,
GM(65), No. 1-3, May 2003, pp. 23-42.
WWW Link. 0309
BibRef
And:
Combinatorial pyramids,
ICIP03(II: 33-36).
IEEE DOI 0312
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Roberts, N.W.[Nicholas W.], Gleeson, H.F.[Helen F.], Temple, S.E.[Shelby E.], Haimberger, T.J.[Theodore J.], Hawryshyn, C.W.[Craig W.],
Differences in the optical properties of vertebrate photoreceptor classes leading to axial polarization sensitivity,
JOSA-A(21), No. 3, March 2004, pp. 335-345.
WWW Link. 0409
BibRef

Carandini, M., Demb, J.B., Mante, V., Tolhurst, D.J., Dan, Y., Olshausen, B.A., Gallant, J.L., and Rust, N.C.,
Do we know what the early visual system does?,
Neuroscience(25), No. 46, 2005, pp. 10577-10597.
DOI Link BibRef 0500

Ghosh, K.[Kuntal], Sarkar, S.[Sandip], Bhaumik, K.[Kamales],
Proposing new methods in low-level vision from the Mach band illusion in retrospect,
PR(39), No. 4, April 2006, pp. 726-730.
Elsevier DOI 0604
Early Vision. Laplacian; Brightness-contrast illusions; Disinhibition Analysis of Mach Band illusion led to Bi-Laplacian of Gaussian in early vision. BibRef

CVonline: Introductory Visual Psychophysics/Psychology,
Online Book2007.
HTML Version. Part of the CVonline collection. Human perception issues. Perception, primal sketch, attention, flow, color, constancy, etc. BibRef 0700

Diamant, E.[Emanuel],
Modeling human-like intelligent image processing: An information processing perspective and approach,
SP:IC(22), No. 6, July 2007, pp. 583-590.
Elsevier DOI 0709
BibRef
And:
Modeling Visual Information Processing in Brain: A Computer Vision Point of View and Approach,
BVAI07(62-71).
Springer DOI 0710
Visual information; Physical and semantic image information; Knowledge and information relationship BibRef

Diamant, E.[Emanuel],
Paving the Way for Image Understanding: A New Kind of Image Decomposition Is Desired,
SCIA05(17-24).
Springer DOI 0506
BibRef

Sugihara, T.[Tadashi], Tsuji, Y.[Yoshihisa], Sakai, K.[Ko],
Border-ownership-dependent tilt after-effect in incomplete figures,
JOSA-A(24), No. 1, January 2007, pp. 18-24.
WWW Link. 0801
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Thacker, N.A.[Neil A.], Clark, A.F.[Adrian F.], Barron, J.L.[John L.], Beveridge, J.R.[J. Ross], Courtney, P.[Patrick], Crum, W.R.[William R.], Ramesh, V.[Visvanathan], Clark, C.[Christine],
Performance characterization in computer vision: A guide to best practices,
CVIU(109), No. 3, March 2008, pp. 305-334.
Elsevier DOI 0802
Survey, Performance Evaluation. Performance assessment; Performance evaluation; Vision system design BibRef

Farrell, J.E., van den Branden Lambrecht, C.J.,
Scanning the issue: Special issue on translating human vision research into engineering technology,
PIEEE(90), No. 1, January 2002, pp. 3-4.
IEEE DOI 0201
Overview of the issue. BibRef

Higashi, T.[Taichi], Kita, S.[Shinichi], Watanabe, I.[Isao],
Texture and Objects: Interruption of Same-Object Effect in Human Vision,
IEICE(E89-D), No. 6, June 2006, pp. 1806-1812.
DOI Link 0606
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Yang, S.[Seungji], Ro, Y.M.[Yong Man], Wong, E.K.[Edward K.], Lee, J.H.[Jin-Hak],
Quantification and Standardized Description of Color Vision Deficiency Caused by Anomalous Trichromats: Part I: Simulation and Measurement,
JIVP(2008), No. 2008, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 0804
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Yang, S.[Seungji], Ro, Y.M.[Yong Man], Wong, E.K.[Edward K.], Lee, J.H.[Jin-Hak],
Quantification and Standardized Description of Color Vision Deficiency Caused by Anomalous Trichromats: Part II: Modeling and Color Compensation,
JIVP(2008), No. 2008, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 0804
BibRef

Ogiela, L.[Lidia], Ogiela, M.R.[Marek R.],
Cognitive Techniques in Visual Data Interpretation,
Springer2009, ISBN: 978-3-642-02692-8
WWW Link. Buy this book: Cognitive Techniques in Visual Data Interpretation (Studies in Computational Intelligence) 0909
BibRef

Shi, W.R.[Wei-Ren], Li, Z.J.[Zuo-Jin], Shi, X.[Xin], Zhong, Z.[Zhi],
A Survey of Biologically Inspired Image Processing for Objects Recognition,
IJIG(9), No. 4, October 2009, pp. 495-510.
DOI Link 0911
Survey, Human Vision. Survey of existing techniques where biological parallels are working and discusses places where there are serious problem (i.e. bringing knowledge to bear). BibRef

Ogmen, H., Herzog, M.H.,
The Geometry of Visual Perception: Retinotopic and Nonretinotopic Representations in the Human Visual System,
PIEEE(98), No. 3, March 2010, pp. 479-492.
IEEE DOI 1003
BibRef

Vazquez, E.[Eduard], Gevers, T.[Theo], Lucassen, M.[Marcel], van de Weijer, J.[Joost], Baldrich, R.[Ramon],
Saliency of color image derivatives: A comparison between computational models and human perception,
JOSA-A(27), No. 3, March 2010, pp. 613-621.
WWW Link. 1003
BibRef

Cho, M.W.[Myoung Won], Choi, M.Y.,
Brain networks: Graph theoretical analysis and development models,
IJIST(20), No. 2, June 2010, pp. 108-116.
DOI Link 1006
Graph map for the brain. Topological descriptions. BibRef

Koo, B.B.[Bang-Bon], Kim, D.S.[Dae-Shik],
Computer-based morphometry of brain,
IJIST(20), No. 2, June 2010, pp. 117-125.
DOI Link 1006
BibRef

Berg, M.[Mikko], Kojo, I.[Ilpo], Laarni, J.[Jari],
Object displays for identifying multidimensional outliers within a crowded visual periphery,
JVCIR(21), No. 8, November 2010, pp. 880-888.
Elsevier DOI 1011
Object display; Peripheral vision; Eye movements; Acuity; Crowding; Multidimensional; Visual search; Eccentricity Human ability to detect, locate, or identify objects and their features using peripheral vision. BibRef

Maul, T.H., Bargiela, A., Ren, L.J.,
Cybernetics of Vision Systems: Toward an Understanding of Putative Functions of the Outer Retina,
SMC-A(41), No. 3, May 2011, pp. 398-409.
IEEE DOI 1104
BibRef

de Silva, V., Fernando, A., Worrall, S.T., Arachchi, H.K.[H. Kodikara], Kondoz, A.M.,
Sensitivity Analysis of the Human Visual System for Depth Cues in Stereoscopic 3-D Displays,
MultMed(13), No. 3, 2011, pp. 498-506.
IEEE DOI 1106
BibRef

Rosen, P.[Paul], Popescu, V.[Voicu],
An evaluation of 3-D scene exploration using a multiperspective image framework,
VC(27), No. 6-8, June 2011, pp. 623-632.
WWW Link. 1107
Human analysis, how multi-perspective images help. Trade dis-occlusion and simplicity. BibRef

Xiao, S.S.[Song-Shan], Li, L.Y.[Lin-Yu], Chen, X.[Xiao], Tian, Y.[Yi],
Reinterpretation of three famous experiments on visual perception from the view of spatial frequency multi-channel,
IASP11(673-676).
IEEE DOI 1112
BibRef

Do, M.N., Marchand-Maillet, D., Vetterli, M.,
On the Bandwidth of the Plenoptic Function,
IP(21), No. 2, February 2012, pp. 708-717.
IEEE DOI 1201
BibRef
Earlier:
On the Bandlimitedness of the Plenoptic Function,
ICIP05(III: 17-20).
IEEE DOI 0512
BibRef

Chebira, A., Dragotti, P.L., Sbaiz, L., Vetterli, M.,
Sampling and interpolation of the plenoptic function,
ICIP03(II: 917-920).
IEEE DOI 0312
BibRef

da Cunha, A.L., Do, M.N., Vetterli, M.,
On the Information Rate of the Plenoptic Function,
ICIP06(2489-2492). 0610

IEEE DOI Study of compression -- video and byte size. Complexity of camera model. BibRef

Manduchi, R.[Roberto], Coughlan, J.[James],
(Computer) Vision Without Sight,
CACM(55), No. 1, January 2012, pp. 96-104.
DOI Link 1201
Computer vision holds the key for the blind or visually impaired to explore the visual world. BibRef

Strickland, E.,
Future vision,
Spectrum(49), No. 1, January 2012, pp. 41.
IEEE DOI 1201
Embeding sensors for the blind BibRef

Granzier, J.J.M.[Jeroen J. M.], Toscani, M.[Matteo], Gegenfurtner, K.R.[Karl R.],
Role of eye movements in chromatic induction,
JOSA-A(29), No. 2, February 2012, pp. A353-A365.
WWW Link. 1202
BibRef

Kang, P.[Para], Shevell, S.K.[Steven K.],
Feature binding of a continuously changing object,
JOSA-A(29), No. 2, February 2012, pp. A128-A132.
WWW Link. 1202
BibRef

O'Neil, S.F.[Sean F.], McDermott, K.C.[Kyle C.], Mizokami, Y.[Yoko], Werner, J.S.[John S.], Crognale, M.A.[Michael A.], Webster, M.A.[Michael A.],
Tests of a functional account of the Abney effect,
JOSA-A(29), No. 2, February 2012, pp. A165-A173.
WWW Link. 1202
BibRef

Medina, J.M.[José M.], Díaz, J.A.[José A.],
1/f noise in human color vision: the role of S-cone signals,
JOSA-A(29), No. 2, February 2012, pp. A82-A95.
WWW Link. 1202
BibRef

Barbur, J.L.[John L.], Konstantakopoulou, E.[Evgenia],
Changes in color vision with decreasing light level: Separating the effects of normal aging from disease,
JOSA-A(29), No. 2, February 2012, pp. A27-A35.
WWW Link. 1202
BibRef

Cao, D.[Dingcai], Lu, Y.H.[Yolanda H.],
Lateral suppression of mesopic rod and cone flicker detection,
JOSA-A(29), No. 2, February 2012, pp. A188-A193.
WWW Link. 1202
BibRef

Zele, A.J.[Andrew J.], Kremers, J.[Jan], Feigl, B.[Beatrix],
Mesopic rod and S-cone interactions revealed by modulation thresholds,
JOSA-A(29), No. 2, February 2012, pp. A19-A26.
WWW Link. 1202
BibRef

Kremers, J.[Jan], Pangeni, G.[Gobinda],
Electroretinographic responses to photoreceptor specific sine wave modulation,
JOSA-A(29), No. 2, February 2012, pp. A306-A313.
WWW Link. 1202
BibRef

Cooper, B.[Bonnie], Sun, H.[Hao], Lee, B.B.[Barry B.],
Psychophysical and physiological responses to gratings with luminance and chromatic components of different spatial frequencies,
JOSA-A(29), No. 2, February 2012, pp. A314-A323.
WWW Link. 1202
BibRef

Freitag, F.B.[Fabio Batista], Pessoa, D.M.A.[Daniel Marques Almeida],
Effect of luminosity on color discrimination of dichromatic marmosets (Callithrix jacchus),
JOSA-A(29), No. 2, February 2012, pp. A216-A222.
WWW Link. 1202
BibRef

Lee, B.B.[Barry B.], Shapley, R.M.[Robert M.], Hawken, M.J.[Michael J.], Sun, H.[Hao],
Spatial distributions of cone inputs to cells of the parvocellular pathway investigated with cone-isolating gratings,
JOSA-A(29), No. 2, February 2012, pp. A223-A232.
WWW Link. 1202
BibRef

Viénot, F.[Françoise], Brettel, H.[Hans], Dang, T.V.[Tuong-Vi], Le Rohellec, J.[Jean],
Domain of metamers exciting intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cells (ipRGCs) and rods,
JOSA-A(29), No. 2, February 2012, pp. A366-A376.
WWW Link. 1202
BibRef

Hovis, J.K.[Jeffery K.], Milburn, N.J.[Nelda J.], Nesthus, T.E.[Thomas E.],
Hypoxia, color vision deficiencies, and blood oxygen saturation,
JOSA-A(29), No. 2, February 2012, pp. A268-A274.
WWW Link. 1202
BibRef

Dain, S.[Stephen],
The Farnsworth Flashlight is not equivalent to the Farnsworth Lantern,
JOSA-A(29), No. 2, February 2012, pp. A377-A382.
WWW Link. 1202
Occupational applications. BibRef

Kruger, N.[Norbert], Janssen, P.[Peter], Kalkan, S.[Sinan], Lappe, M.[Markus], Leonardis, A.[Ales], Piater, J.[Justus], Rodriguez-Sanchez, A.J.[Antonio J.], Wiskott, L.[Laurenz],
Deep Hierarchies in the Primate Visual Cortex: What Can We Learn for Computer Vision?,
PAMI(35), No. 8, 2013, pp. 1847-1871.
IEEE DOI 1307
Neurons; Retina; Visual systems; biological modeling; deep hierarchies BibRef

Hsieh, C.W.[Chi-Wen], Chen, C.Y.[Chih-Yen], Tiu, C.M.[Chui-Mei], Jong, T.L.[Tai-Lang], Liu, T.C.[Tzu-Chiang],
Multiple interpretations by using pixel resonance concept,
IET-PR(7), No. 4, 2013, pp. 401-406.
DOI Link 1307
Human vision. BibRef

Beghdadi, A.[Azeddine], Larabi, M.C.[Mohamed-Chaker], Bouzerdoum, A.[Abdesselam], Iftekharuddin, K.M.[Khan M.],
A survey of perceptual image processing methods,
SP:IC(28), No. 8, 2013, pp. 811-831.
Elsevier DOI 1309
Human visual system BibRef

Beghdadi, A.[Azeddine], Bouzerdoum, A.[Abdesselam], Iftekharuddin, K.M.[Khan M.], Larabi, M.C.[Mohamed-Chaker],
Biologically inspired approaches for visual information processing and analysis,
SP:IC(28), No. 8, 2013, pp. 809-810.
Elsevier DOI 1309
Section overview. BibRef

Wu, J.J.[Jin-Jian], Lin, W.S.[Wei-Si], Shi, G.M.[Guang-Ming], Wang, X.T.[Xiao-Tian], Li, F.[Fu],
Pattern Masking Estimation in Image With Structural Uncertainty,
IP(22), No. 12, 2013, pp. 4892-4904.
IEEE DOI 1312
computer vision. HVS masking for perceptual based image and video analysis. BibRef

Le Sueur, H.[Helen], Mollon, J.D.[John D.], Granzier, J.[Jeroen], Jordan, G.[Gabriele],
Counterphase modulation photometry: comparison of two instruments,
JOSA-A(31), No. 4, April 2014, pp. A34-A37.
DOI Link 1404
Vision, color, and visual optics BibRef

Lawrance-Owen, A.J., Bosten, J.M., Hogg, R.E., Bargary, G., Goodbourn, P.T., Mollon, J.D.,
Counterphase modulation flicker photometry: Phenotypic and genotypic associations,
JOSA-A(31), No. 4, April 2014, pp. A226-A231.
DOI Link 1404
Ophthalmic optics and devices; Vision BibRef

Citti, G.[Giovanna], Sarti, A.[Alessandro], (Eds.)
Neuromathematics of Vision,

Springer2014. ISBN 978-3-642-34443-5.
WWW Link. 1404
BibRef

Franceschini, N.,
Small Brains, Smart Machines: From Fly Vision to Robot Vision and Back Again,
PIEEE(102), No. 5, May 2014, pp. 751-781.
IEEE DOI 1405
Behavioral science BibRef

Boscain, U., Chertovskih, R., Gauthier, J., Remizov, A.,
Hypoelliptic Diffusion and Human Vision: A Semidiscrete New Twist,
SIIMS(7), No. 2, 2014, pp. 669-695.
DOI Link 1405
BibRef

Scheirer, W.J., Anthony, S.E., Nakayama, K., Cox, D.D.,
Perceptual Annotation: Measuring Human Vision to Improve Computer Vision,
PAMI(36), No. 8, August 2014, pp. 1679-1686.
IEEE DOI 1407
Accuracy BibRef

Qiao, H.[Hong], Li, Y.L.[Yin-Lin], Tang, T.[Tang], Wang, P.[Peng],
Introducing Memory and Association Mechanism Into a Biologically Inspired Visual Model,
Cyber(44), No. 9, September 2014, pp. 1485-1496.
IEEE DOI 1410
object recognition HMAX model. V1 to V4 of primate cortex. BibRef

Stowers, J.R., Fuhrmann, A., Hofbauer, M., Streinzer, M., Schmid, A., Dickinson, M.H., Straw, A.D.,
Reverse Engineering Animal Vision with Virtual Reality and Genetics,
Computer(47), No. 7, July 2014, pp. 38-45.
IEEE DOI 1410
Extra video:
WWW Link. biology computing BibRef

Weng, J.[Juyang], Luciw, M.D.,
Brain-Inspired Concept Networks: Learning Concepts from Cluttered Scenes,
IEEE_Int_Sys(29), No. 6, November 2014, pp. 14-22.
IEEE DOI 1502
brain models BibRef

Diaz, I., Abbey, C.K., Timberg, P.A.S., Eckstein, M.P., Verdun, F.R., Castella, C., Bochud, F.O.,
Derivation of an Observer Model Adapted to Irregular Signals Based on Convolution Channels,
MedImg(34), No. 7, July 2015, pp. 1428-1435.
IEEE DOI 1507
Computational modeling of human observation. BibRef

Koenderink, J.[Jan], van Doorn, A.[Andrea], Wagemans, J.[Johan],
The nature of the visual field, a phenomenological analysis,
PRL(64), No. 1, 2015, pp. 71-79.
Elsevier DOI 1509
Visual field BibRef

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