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Simulation of the optical illusions using a spatial filter


, : Simulation of the optical illusions using a spatial filter. Pattern Recognition 10(4): 237-242

A modeling of the visual system was made referring to the already surveyed spatial frequency responses of the human visual system and the other related characteristics. Design of the spatial filter played a key role in the modeling because it mainly governed the performance of the proposed model used for simulating optical illusions. Famous illusion patterns [4] were tested to specify the spatial filter suitable for simulation and successful examples of the simulated fields interpreting the illusions were presented.

Accession: 006418739

DOI: 10.1016/0031-3203(78)90031-6

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