Determining the visibility of noise in motion signals

Date

1999

Authors

Burns, Nicholas
Zanker, Johannes

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Royal Australian College of Ophthalmologists

Abstract

A procedure is described for generating stimuli to study the detection of noise components in motion signals. By using random dots with intensities distributed according to a Gaussian probability function, a temporally and spatially continuous mixture of

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Keywords: article; cineradiography; human; human experiment; motion; noise; normal human; psychometry; signal detection; signal noise ratio; sound detection; visibility; Adult; Artifacts; Differential Threshold; Discrimination (Psychology); Humans; Male; Motion Per Coherence threshold; Equivalent noise; Motion perception; Random dot kinematograms

Citation

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Australian and New Zealand Journal of Ophthalmology

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Journal article

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DOI

10.1046/j.1440-1606.1999.00181.x

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2037-12-31