This book is a survey of knowledge about binocular vision, with an emphasis on its role in the perception of a three-dimensional world. The primary interest is biological vision. In each chapter, physiological, behavioral, and computational approaches are reviewed in some detail, discussed, and interrelated. The authors describe experiments required to answer specific questions and relates them to new terminologies and current theoretical schemes.
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Ian P. Howard is at York University. Brian J. Rogers is at Oxford University.Review:
". . . the definitive reference and summary of this field for a long time to come. The new volume ranges far beyond what its title promises. . . . This volume is worth the price, and belongs not only on the shelf of experts in stereoscopic vision, but also on that of every vision researcher."--The Quarterly Review of Biology
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Descripción Oxford University Press. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Good. Ex-Library Book - will contain Library Markings. Dust Cover Missing. Book has some visible wear on the binding, cover, pages. Nº de ref. de la librería G0195084764I3N11