The cost of parallel processing in the human visual system
Our environment is visually rich, containing a multitude of objects that can be defined by many different features, e.g. shape, colour, and motion. To navigate and interact with the environment, we must process this information efficiently. The human visual system can process information either serially or in parallel. While there is a clear timesaving benefit of parallel processing, its cost is less well understood. Consequently, the aim of...[Show more]
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