Formation and Sampling of the Retinal Image:
Formation of the Retinal Image.
Neural Sampling of the Retinal Image.
Optical versus Sampling Limits to Vision.
The Receptive Fields of Visual Neurons:
Receptive Fields of Retinal Ganglion Cells.
Single Neurons and Behavior.
Window of Visibility.
Optics and Photon Noise.
Retina and Lateral Geniculate Nucleus.
Primary Visual Cortex.
Implications for Object Recognition and Scene Interpretation.
Chromatic Discriminations and Their Physiological Bases.
Color Appearance and Its Physiological Bases.
The Role of Color in Spatial Vision.
Perceived Visual Direction.
Binocular Sensory Fusion.
Encoding Disparity: The Matching Problem.
Stereoscopic Depth Perception.
Representing Image Motion.
Analyzing Direction of Motion along a Given Axis.
Integrating Motion Signals from Different Axes.
Second-Order Motion Mechanisms.
The Neural Representation of Shape:
Organization of the Ventral Pathway.
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15th March 2000
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