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Title Dynamics of visual motion processing : neuronal, behavioral, and computational approaches / Uwe J. Ilg, Guillaume S Masson, editors.
Imprint New York : Springer, 2010.

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Subject Motion perception (Vision)
Motion Perception.
Vision, Ocular.
Visual Pathways.
Motion Perception.
Vision, Ocular.
Visual Pathways.
Alt Name Ilg, Uwe J.
Masson, Guillaume S.
Description 1 online resource (xx, 349 pages, 24 unnumbered pages of plates) : illustrations
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part I Low-level cortical dynamic motion processing. 1. From moving contours to object motion: functional networks for visual form/motion processing / Jean Lorenceau -- 2. Temporal dynamics of motion integration / Richard T. Born, James M.G. Tsui, and Christopher C. Pack -- 3. Dynamics of pattern motion computation / Matthew A. Smith, Najib Majaj, and J. Anthony Movshon -- 4. Multiscale functional imaging in VI and cortical correlates of apparent motion / Yves Fregnac [and others] -- 5. Stimulus localization by neuronal populations in early visual cortex: linking functional architecture to perception / Dirk Jancke, Frederic Chavane and Amiram Grinvald -- Second-order motion stimuli: a new handle to visual motion processing / Uwe J. Ilg and Jan Churan -- Part II Active vision, pursuit and motion perception. 7. Motion detection for reflexive tracking / Frederick A. Miles and Boris M. Sheliga -- 8. When the brain meets the eye: tracking object motion / Guilliaume S. Masson, Anna Montagnini, and Uwe J. Ilg -- 9. Interactions between perception and smooth pursuit eye movements / Ziad M. Hafed and Richard J. Krauzlis -- 10. Intrasaccadic motion: neural evidence for saccadic suppression and postsaccadic enhancement / Michael R. Ibbotson -- Part III Modeling dynamic processing. 12. Maximizing causal information of natural scenes in motion / Dawei W. Dong -- Neural model of motion integration, segmentation, and propabilistic decision-making / Stephen Grossberg -- Features in the recognition of emotions from dynamic bodily expression / Claire L. Roether, Lars Omlor, and Martin A. Giese.
Summary Visual motion is an essential piece of information for both perceiving our environment and controlling our actions. The visual motion system has evolved as an exquisite machinery adapted to reconstruct the direction and speed of the object of interest within a few dozen milliseconds. In the last decade, tremendous progress has been made in the understanding of how the outputs of local motion detectors are integrated. In particular, its dynamics are now unveiled at neuronal and behavioral levels. Solutions for fundamental computational problems such as the aperture problem and the interplay between motion segmentation and integration have been proposed from these works and biologically-realistic simulations are been proposed. Such a multi-level approach is rooted in the fact that dynamics of these solutions can be tackled at different scales using similar tasks and stimuli. Dynamics of Visual Motion Processing offers an overview of recent work on the dynamics of motion integration with inter-related examples taken from physiology (both single-neuron and population activity) and psychophysics as well as sensorimotor control or active vision. The last section presents three different approaches for understanding and modeling motion perception of natural scenes, complex 3D layout, and biological motion. About the Editors: Guillaume S. Masson is Director of Research at the Institut de Neurosciences Cognitives de la Mediterranee (CNRS & Universite de la Mediterranee) where he is the head of the team Dynamics of Vision and Action. His research is devoted to understanding the sensory mechanisms involved in controlling our actions, in particular the link between visual motion processing and tracking eye movements. Behavioral studies conducted in both humans and animals are combined with physiological studies conducted at the population level. Uwe J. Ilg is Professor at the Hertie-Institute for Clinical Brain Research (HIH) and the Werner Reichardt Centre for Integrative Neuroscience (CIN) in Tuebingen in the beautiful south of Germany. He tries to gain deeper insights into the fundamentals of sensorimotor integration underlying vision by a combination of perceptual and behavioral studies of humans and animals together with the analysis of single-unit response properties.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781441907813
1441907815
9781441907806
1441907807
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-1-4419-0781-3
OCLC # 663096725
Additional Format Print version: Dynamics of visual motion processing. New York : Springer, 2010 9781441907806 1441907807 (DLC) 2009930365 (OCoLC)401157138


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