6.15.5 B.5. Visual perception

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Allebach, J.P., Rogowitz, B.E.,
Human Vision, Visual Processing, And Digital Display Iv (San Jose, Ca, February 1-4,
1993), Proc. SPIE 1913. BibRef

Barlow, H., Blakemore, C., Weston-Smith, M.,
Images And Understanding, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge,
UK, 1990. BibRef

Gorea, A.,
Representations Of Vision-Trends And Tacit Assumptions About Vision Research, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge,
UK, 1991. BibRef

Ballesteros, S.,
Cognitive Approaches To Human Perception, Erlbaum, Hillsdale,
NJ, 1993. BibRef

Emmer, M.,
The Visual Mind-Art And Mathematics, Mit Press, Cambridge,
MA, 1993. BibRef

Farah, M., Ratcliff, G.,
The Neurophysiology Of High-Level Vision-Collected Tutorial Essays, Erlbaum, Hillsdale,
NJ, 1993. BibRef

Hendee, W.R., Wells, P.N.T.,
The Perception Of Visual Information, Springer,
BERLIN, 1993. BibRef

Simons, K.,
Early Visual Development-Normal And Abnormal, Oxford University Press, Oxford,
UK, 1993. BibRef

Watson, A.B.,
Digital Images And Human Vision, Mit Press, Cambridge,
MA, 1993. BibRef

Humphreys, G.W.,
Visual Cognition, Erlbaum, Hillsdale,
NJ, 1994ff. BibRef

Reeves, A.,
Linking Psychophysics, Neurophysiology, And Computational Vision (Abstracts Of Papers Presented At Rutgers University, New Brunswick, Nj, In Celebration Of The 65th Birthday Of Bela Julesz, April 30 - May 1, 1993),
SV 7(1), 77-92. BibRef

Rosenfeld, A., Jasinschi, R.,
Guest Eds., Special Issue On Perceptual Transparency,
SV(7), No. 2, 1993, pp. 93-198. BibRef

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