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The plenoptic functionality and the weather of early imaginative and prescient / Edward H. Adelson and James R. Bergen --
Learning receptor positions / Albert J. Ahumada, Jr. --
A version of aliasing in extrafoveal human imaginative and prescient / Carlo L.M. Tiana ... [et al.] --
Models of human rod receptors and the ERG / Donald C. Hood and David G. Birch --
The layout of chromatically opponent receptive fields / Peter Lennie, P. William Haake, and David R. Williams --
Spatial receptive box association in monkey V1 and its courting to the cone mosaic / Michael J. Hawken and Andrew J. Parker --
Neural distinction sensitivity / Andrew B. Watson --
Spatiotemporal receptive fields and path selectivity / Robert Shapely, R. Clay Reid, and Robert Soodak --
Nonlinear version of neural responses in cat visible cortex / David J. Heeger. A template matching version of subthreshold summation / Jacob Nachmias --
Noise within the visible approach might be early / Denis G. Pelli --
Pattern discrimination, visible filters, and spatial sampling irregularity / Hugh R. Wilson --
A bilinear version of the illuminant's impression on colour visual appeal / David H. Brainard and Brian A. Wandell --
Shading ambiguity : reflectance and illumination / Michael D'Zmura --
Transparency and the cooperative computation of scene attributes / Daniel Kersten --
Theories for the visible belief of neighborhood speed and coherent movement / Norberto M. Grzywacz and Alan L. Yuille --
Computational modeling of visible texture segregation / James R. Bergen and Michael S. Landy --
Complex channels, early neighborhood nonlinearities, and normalization in texture segregation / Norma Graham. Orthogonal distribution research : a brand new method of the research of texture conception / Charles Chubb and Michael S. Landy --
Shape from X : psychophysics and computation / Heinrichs H. Bülthoff --
Computational concerns in fixing the stereo correspondence challenge / John P. Frisby and Stephen B. Pollard --
Stereo, surfaces, and form / Andrew J. Parker ... [et al.].

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5) where the Wi,j are the network gains or weights. The image is now reconstructed as a'(x, Y) = I air;(x, y). 6) i If the spread functions are the sinc functions and the weights are chosen so that the reconstruction functions are interpolators, the reconstruction is called least squares interpolation (Chen & Allebach, 1987). , be correct at the sample points, is that Fig. 4 Sinc interpolation. 7) (arrow). The response to a general input would be a weighted sum of such waves from each input. where the Kronecker delta, (<>;,k) equals one if i = k, and zero otherwise.

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