High-level motion processing : computational, neurobiological, and psychophysical perspectives / edited by Takeo Watanabe.

Contributor(s): Watanabe, Takeo, 1957-
Material type: TextTextCopyright date: ©1998Description: 1 online resource (xi, 417 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780262285841; 0262285843; 0585078599; 9780585078595Subject(s): Motion perception (Vision) -- Physiological aspects | Motion Perception -- physiology | Motion Perception | Visual Perception | Perception | Mental Processes | Psychological Phenomena and Processes | Psychiatry and Psychology | Perception visuelle du mouvement -- Aspect physiologique | MEDICAL -- Neuroscience | PSYCHOLOGY -- Neuropsychology | Motion perception (Vision) -- Physiological aspects | Bewegingswaarneming | WaarnemingGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: High-level motion processing.DDC classification: 612.8/4 LOC classification: QP493 | .H53 1998ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
How is a moving target continuously tracked behind occluding cover? / Stephen Grossberg -- The influence of chromatic information on visual motion processing in the primate visual system / Karen R. Dobkins and Thomas D. Albright -- Roles of attention and form in visual motion processing: psychophysical and brain-imaging studies / Takeo Watanabe and Satoru Miyauchi -- D[subscript max]: relations to low- and high-level motion processes / Takao Sato -- A systems analysis of visual motion perception / George Sperling and Zhong-Lin Lu -- A theoretical framework for visual motion / Alan L. Yuille and Norberto M. Grzywacz -- Perception of motion discontinuities in patients with selective motion deficits / Lucia M. Vaina [and others] -- The role of parsing in high-level motion processing / Peter Tse, Patrick Cavanagh, and Ken Nakayama -- Computing observer motion from optical flow / Ellen C. Hildreth and Constance S. Royden -- Representation of visual motion in the extrastriate visual cortex / Keiji Tanaka -- The state of flow / William H. Warren, Jr. -- Theoretical and biological limitations on the visual perception of three-dimensional structure from motion / James T. Todd -- Some questions; some answers; some speculations; some concerns / William R. Uttal.
Summary: Motion perception is fundamental to survival. Until recently, research on motion perception emphasized such basic aspects of motion as sampling and filtering. In the past decade, however, the emphasis has gradually shifted to higher-level motion processing--i.e., processing that takes place not only in the primary visual cortex but also in the "higher" or more complicated parts of the brain. The contributors to this book focus on such key aspects of motion processing as interaction and integration between locally measured motion units, structure from motion, heading in an optical flow, and second-order motion. They also discuss the interaction of motion processing with other high-level visual functions such as surface representation and attention. The book is divided into three sections: (1) interactive aspects of motion, (2) motion coherence and grouping, and (3) heading and structure from motion. Each section begins with computational aspects, proceeds to the neuropsychological/neurophysiological, and ends with the psychophysical. Contributors : Thomas D. Albright, Don Beinfang, Patrick Cavanagh, Karen R. Dobkins, Stephen Grossberg, Norberto M. Grzywacz, Ellen C. Hildreth, Marjorie LeMay, Zhong-Lin Lu, Satoru Miyauchi, Ken Nakayama, Constance S. Royden, Takao Sato, George Sperling, Keiji Tanaka, James T. Todd, Peter Tse, William R. Uttal, Lucia M. Vaina, William H. Warren, Jr., Takeo Watanabe, Edward Wolpow, Alan L. Yuile.
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How is a moving target continuously tracked behind occluding cover? / Stephen Grossberg -- The influence of chromatic information on visual motion processing in the primate visual system / Karen R. Dobkins and Thomas D. Albright -- Roles of attention and form in visual motion processing: psychophysical and brain-imaging studies / Takeo Watanabe and Satoru Miyauchi -- D[subscript max]: relations to low- and high-level motion processes / Takao Sato -- A systems analysis of visual motion perception / George Sperling and Zhong-Lin Lu -- A theoretical framework for visual motion / Alan L. Yuille and Norberto M. Grzywacz -- Perception of motion discontinuities in patients with selective motion deficits / Lucia M. Vaina [and others] -- The role of parsing in high-level motion processing / Peter Tse, Patrick Cavanagh, and Ken Nakayama -- Computing observer motion from optical flow / Ellen C. Hildreth and Constance S. Royden -- Representation of visual motion in the extrastriate visual cortex / Keiji Tanaka -- The state of flow / William H. Warren, Jr. -- Theoretical and biological limitations on the visual perception of three-dimensional structure from motion / James T. Todd -- Some questions; some answers; some speculations; some concerns / William R. Uttal.

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Motion perception is fundamental to survival. Until recently, research on motion perception emphasized such basic aspects of motion as sampling and filtering. In the past decade, however, the emphasis has gradually shifted to higher-level motion processing--i.e., processing that takes place not only in the primary visual cortex but also in the "higher" or more complicated parts of the brain. The contributors to this book focus on such key aspects of motion processing as interaction and integration between locally measured motion units, structure from motion, heading in an optical flow, and second-order motion. They also discuss the interaction of motion processing with other high-level visual functions such as surface representation and attention. The book is divided into three sections: (1) interactive aspects of motion, (2) motion coherence and grouping, and (3) heading and structure from motion. Each section begins with computational aspects, proceeds to the neuropsychological/neurophysiological, and ends with the psychophysical. Contributors : Thomas D. Albright, Don Beinfang, Patrick Cavanagh, Karen R. Dobkins, Stephen Grossberg, Norberto M. Grzywacz, Ellen C. Hildreth, Marjorie LeMay, Zhong-Lin Lu, Satoru Miyauchi, Ken Nakayama, Constance S. Royden, Takao Sato, George Sperling, Keiji Tanaka, James T. Todd, Peter Tse, William R. Uttal, Lucia M. Vaina, William H. Warren, Jr., Takeo Watanabe, Edward Wolpow, Alan L. Yuile.

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