Edwards, Mark; Cassanello, Carlos; Badcock, David Russell; Nishida, Shin'ya
Local-motion information can provide either 1-dimensional (1D) or 2-dimensional (2D) solutions. 1D signals occur when the aperture problem has not been solved, so each signal is an estimate of the local-orthogonal component of the object's motion. 2D signals occur when the aperture problem has been solved, so each signal is an estimate of the object's motion. Previous research (JoV, 2009, 9, 1-25) has shown that 1D and 2D signals are pooled differently, via intersection-of-constraints (IOC) and...[Show more]
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