Jaramillo, Santiago and Pearlmutter, Barak A.
Brightness Illusions as Optimal Percepts - Technical Report: NUIM-CS-TR-2006-02.
National University of Ireland Maynooth.
We show that Mach bands and a number of other low-level brightness illusions
can be accounted for by assuming that the perceptual system performs simple
Bayesian inference using a Gaussian image prior with noisy retinal gangion cells.
This theory accounts for phenomena which have proven problematic for simple
energy-based and lateral-interaction models while avoiding the complexities of
mid-level vision theories that involve the estimation of structure and albedo.
||Supported by US NSF CAREER 97-02-311, the MIND Institute, an equipment grant
from Intel corporation, a gift from the NEC Research Institute, and Science Foundation
Ireland grant 00/PI.1/C067.
||Brightness Illusions; Optimal Percepts; MACH Bands; Gaussian image; Bayesian inference;
||Faculty of Science and Engineering > Computer Science
||16 Dec 2010 15:17
||National University of Ireland Maynooth
||US NSF CAREER 97-02-311, MIND Institute, Intel corporation (equipment grant), NEC Research Institute, Science Foundation Ireland grant 00/PI.1/C067
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