Edited By: J.M. Zanker and J. Zeil
In six parts, this book considers the extent to which computational, neural, and ecological constraints have shaped the mechanisms underlying motion vision:- Early Motion Vision - Motion Signals for Local and Global Analysis - Optical Flow Patterns - Motion Vision in Action - Neural Coding of Motion - Motion in Natural EnvironmentsEach topic is introduced by a keynote chapter which is accompanied by several companion articles. Written by an international group of experts in neurobiology, psychophysics, animal behaviour, machine vision, and robotics, the book is designed to explore as comprehensively as possible the present state of knowledge concerning the principal factors that have guided the evolution of motion vision.
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