Journals starting with bioc

BioCyber( Vol No. ) * *Biological Cybernetics

BioCyber(18) * Synthesis of Boolean Nets and Time Behavior of a General Mathematical Neuron

BioCyber(21) * Geometry of Binocular Vision and a Model for Stereopsis
* On Visual Detection of Light Sources

BioCyber(22) * Methods of Analysis of Neural Nets

BioCyber(24) * Singularities of the Visual Mapping, The

BioCyber(25) * Filling the Gaps: The Shape of Subjective Contours and a Model for their Generation
* Spatial Mapping in the Primate Sensory Projection: Analytic Structure and Relevance to Perception

BioCyber(28) * Analysis of a Cooperative Stereo Algorithm
* On Perceptual Analyzers Underlying Visual Texture Discrimination: Part I

BioCyber(29) * Computation of Locally Parallel Structure
* On Perceptual Analyzers Underlying Visual Texture Discrimination: Part II

BioCyber(31) * Visual Discrimination of Textures with Identical Third-Order Statistics

BioCyber(32) * Internal Representation of Solid Shape with Respect to Vision, The

BioCyber(33) * Structure of Two-Dimensional Scalar Fields with Applications to Vision, The

BioCyber(36) * Ego Motion and a Relative Depth Map from Optical Flow

BioCyber(37) * Quanmtitative Model of the Functional Architecture of Human Striate Cortex with Application to Vision Illusion and Cortical Texture Analysis, A

BioCyber(41) * Theory of Preattentive Texture Discrimination Based on First-Order Statistics of Textons, A

BioCyber(42) * Columnar Architecture and Computational Anatomy in Primate Visual Cortex: Segmentation and Feature Extraction via Spatial Frequence Coded Difference Mapping
* Information Content of Texture Gradients, The
* Interpretation of Biological Motion, The

BioCyber(44) * Visibility of Movement Gradients

BioCyber(45) * Neural Model for Category Learning, A

BioCyber(46) * Slant-Tilt: The Visual Encoding of Surface Orientation

BioCyber(48) * Textural Segmentation, Second-Order Statistics and Textural Elements

BioCyber(50) * Structure of Images, The

BioCyber(51) * Perceptual Organization as Nested Control

BioCyber(52) * Detection of Binocular Disparities
* Neural Computations of Decisions in Optimization Problems
* Spatiotemporal Inseparability in Early Visual Processing

BioCyber(53) * Dynamic Shape

BioCyber(54) * Neural Cocktail-Party Processor, A

BioCyber(58) * Finding Motion Parameters from Spherical Flow Fields (or the Advantages of Having Eyes in the Back of Your Head)
* Shape from Texture

BioCyber(59) * Stereo disparity computation using gabor Filters

BioCyber(60) * Computational Approach to Motion Perception, A
* On the Kinetic Depth Effect

BioCyber(61) * Gabor Filters as Texture Discriminator

BioCyber(62) * On Problem Solving with Hopfield Netowrks

BioCyber(64) * Self-Organizing Multiple-View Representation of 3D objects, A

BioCyber(67) * Sensory Segmentation with Coupled Neural Oscillators

BioCyber(70) * Representing 3D Objects by Sets of Activities of Receptive Fields

BioCyber(71) * Stereo Vision by Self-Organization

BioCyber(72) * Class Similarity and Viewpoint Invariance in the Recognition of 3D Objects

BioCyber(74) * Is Correspondence Search in Human Stereo Vision a Coarse-to-Fine Process?

BioCyber(75) * Analytic Solution of Stochastic Completion Fields

BioCyber(76) * Computational models of visual neurons specialised in the detection of periodic and aperiodic oriented visual stimuli: bar and grating cells

BioCyber(77) * Biologically Inspired Calibration Free Adaptive Saccade Control of a Binocular Camera Head
* Role of Retinal Bipolar Cell in Early Vision: An Implication with Analog Networks and Regularization Theory, The
* Separating Spatially Distributed Response to Stimulation from Background I: Optical Imaging
* Visual Space Distortion

BioCyber(79) * Where Did I Take That Snapshot: Scene-Based Homing By Image Matching

BioCyber(83) * Disparity Tuning as Simulated by a Neural Net

BioCyber(88) * Suppression of contour perception by band-limited noise and its relation to non-classical receptive field inhibition

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