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PONTIFICIAE ACADEMIAE SCIENTIARVM SCRIPTA VARIA PATTERN RECOGNITION
 

Summary: PONTIFICIAE ACADEMIAE SCIENTIARVM SCRIPTA VARIA
54
STUDY WEEK
on
PATTERN RECOGNITION
MECHANISMS
April 25-29, 1983
EDITED BY
CARLOS CHAGAS - RICARDO GATTASS - CHARLES GROSS
EX AEDIBVS ACADEMICIS IN CIVITATE VATICANA
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MCMLXXXV
THE ANALYSIS OF MOVING VISUAL PATTERNS
J. ANTHONY MOVSHON*, EDWARD H. ADELSON**, MARTIN S. GIZZI*
and WILLIAM T. NEWSOME***
INTRODUCTION
There is abundant evidence that the orientation of contours is a
feature of considerable importance to the visual system. Both psycho-
physical and electrophysiological studies suggest that the retinal image is
treated relatively early in the visual process by orientationally-tuned

  

Source: Adelson, Edward - Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Department of Brain and Cognitive Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine