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Optic Flow and Beyond : Synthese Library - Lucia Vaina

Optic Flow and Beyond

Synthese Library

By: Lucia Vaina (Editor), Scott A. Beardsley (Editor), Simon K. Rushton (Editor)

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Published: 30th April 2004
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Optic flow provides all the information necessary to guide a walking human or a mobile robot to its target. Over the past 50 years, a body of research on optic flow spanning the disciplines of neurophysiology, psychophysics, experimental psychology, brain imaging and computational modelling has accumulated. Today, when we survey the field, we find independent lines of research have now converged and many arguments have been resolved; simultaneously the underpinning assumptions of flow theory are being questioned and alternative accounts of the visual guidance of locomotion proposed. At this critical juncture, this volume offers a timely review of what has been learnt and pointers to where the field is going.

Optic flow - neurophysiology & psychophysicsp. 1
Multiple cortical representations of optic flow processingp. 3
Optic flow and vestibular self-movement cues : multi-sensory interactions in cortical area MSTp. 23
A visual mechanism for extraction of heading information in complex flow fieldsp. 45
Eye movements and an object-based model of heading perceptionp. 61
Short-latency movements : evidence for rapid, parallel processing of optic flowp. 79
Functional neuroanatomy of heading perception in humansp. 109
The event structure of motion perceptionp. 139
Optic flow processing and computationp. 157
Modeling observer and object motion perceptionp. 159
Linking perception and neurophysiology for motion pattern processing : the computational power of inhibitory connections in cortexp. 183
Circular receptive field structures for flow analysis and heading detectionp. 223
Parametric measurements of optic flow by humansp. 249
Fast processing of image motion patterns arising from 3-D translational motionp. 273
On the computation of image motion and heading in a 3-D cluttered scenep. 289
Visual locomotion and beyondp. 305
From optic flow to laws of controlp. 307
Egocentric direction and locomotionp. 339
The utility of not changing direction and the visual guidance of locomotionp. 363
Gaze behaviors during adaptive human locomotion : insights into how vision is used to regulate locomotionp. 383
How do we control high speed steering?p. 401
Model-based control of perception/actionp. 421
A neural model for biological movement recognition : a neurophysiologically plausible theoryp. 443
Controlling bipedal movement using optic flowp. 471
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ISBN: 9781402020919
ISBN-10: 1402020910
Series: Synthese Library
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 512
Published: 30th April 2004
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 1.99