BrightnessContrast - -Neuron C inhibits its neighbors by 2...

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Brightness Contrast
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Ernst Mach 1838-1916 “Mach speed - Supersonic Velocity”
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Mach Band
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Hermann Hermann  Grid
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Scintillating Grid
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5:1-1b Brightness Contrast   spatial interactions
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Lateral  Inhibition  and  Mach Bands Physical Intensity Perceived Intensity
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Lateral  Inhibition Each neuron inhibits the  adjacent neurons by 10% of  its input.. -Neuron A inhibits its neighbors  by 10 units
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Unformatted text preview: -Neuron C inhibits its neighbors by 2 units Example Feature Detectors David Hubel and Torsten Wiesel Nobel Prize Winners Fig. 5.33 Receptive Field On-center/off-surround ganglion cell Line Detectors in Visual Area 1 are constructed from the combined outputs of On-Center/Off-Surround neurons in the lateral geniculate nucleus. Fig. 5.35...
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