Foundations of Vision
Focuses not on revelation but eyesight, and not much on the facts of the subject as the principles and practices used in obtaining and processing the facts. Explains how the visual pathway encodes the retinal image, how the neural response within the peripheral and early cortical pathways represents the encoded image, and how we assign to the image perceptual properties such as color, motion, and shape. For vision students. Avoids mathematical symbols and formal arguments except a few sections that assume a background in linear algebra and calculus. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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