Schmittwilken_EYE_Poster_4645 : An active model of human edge sensitivity: Extracting edges via fixational eye movements

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  1. Marianne Maertens

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Human vision relies on mechanisms that respond to luminance edges. As a result, visual percepts fade if we spatially or temporally interfere with edge-sensitive processes in the visual system. Standard vision models focus on spatial mechanisms for human edge detection assuming that the modeled processes occur within a single fixation and under static viewing. Inspired by cells in V1, these multisc...

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