This book presents a clear, coherent account of spatial vision, integrating anatomical, perceptual, psychophysical, and neurophysiological data collected by both the authors and other researchers.
- Paperback | 382 pages
- 157.5 x 235.5 x 19.3mm | 865.91g
- 09 Aug 1990
- Oxford University Press Inc
- New York, United States
- Revised ed.
- numerous halftones and line illustrations
Table of contents
Linear systems analysis; Optics; Retino-geniculate anatomy and physiology; Striate cortex; Contrast sensitivity and acuity; Multiple spatial-frequency channels; Sensitivity to color variations; Spatial localization: phase and position; Two-dimensional patterns; Analysis of three-dimensionally-varying patterns; Nonlinearities; Why localized spatial frequency filtering?.
Actually this would be a delightful book to place in the hands of newcomers to the field, for it provides many of the essentials while leaving plenty of issues open to argument...The [authors] are to be commended for accomplishing [their] goals with admirable freshness and clarity. * Trends in Neurosciences *