Problems and Prospects in the Perception of Visual Information
The study of the perception of visual information does not have a logical hierarchical structure; rather, it is made up of a number of parallel threads, more or less related to each other. In this book, these threads are dealt with separately although the adroit reader will have noticed a degree of tangling! In this chapter, the same separations are adopted and there are some rather general conclusions about the problems and prospects in the perception of visual information.
KeywordsVisual Information Image Perception Ideal Observer Moon Illusion Information Transfer Rate
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