Applications of parallel processing in vision, 1st Edition by Julie R. Brannan (Eds.)

By Julie R. Brannan (Eds.)

Huge proof exists that visible sensory info is analyzed concurrently alongside or extra self sufficient pathways. long ago twenty years, researchers have broadly used the concept that of parallel visible channels as a framework to direct their explorations of human imaginative and prescient. extra lately, simple and scientific scientists have discovered one of these dichotomy appropriate to the way in which we arrange our wisdom of visible improvement, larger order conception, and visible issues, to call quite a few. This quantity makes an attempt to supply a discussion board for accumulating those assorted views.

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The existence of sharp V's in color exchange experiments on M ganglion cells and Magnocellular cells is reasonably good evidence that M and L cones have similar time courses under the conditions of those experiments (Lee, Martin, and Valberg. 1988; Kaplan et al. 1988; Shapley and Kaplan, 1989). In the work that we will discuss next, investigators often have applied a neurophysiological result on monkeys to human perception, and vice versa. This requires an assumption that the visual pathways in humans and monkeys function similarly.

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