Experiments in the visual perception of texture
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Computerized ultrasonic image analysis for placental characterization in normal and hypertensive pregnancies
Texture discrimination: representation of orientation and luminance differences in cells of the cat striate cortex
Texture segregation is processed by primary visual cortex in man and monkey. Evidence from VEP experiments
Question of "head preference" in response to worm-like dummies during prey-capture of toads, Bufo bufo
Influence of MRI acquisition protocols and image intensity normalization methods on texture classification
Distinct patterns of active and non-active plaques using texture analysis on brain NMR images in multiple sclerosis patients: preliminary results
Perceptual organization in schizophrenia spectrum disorders: empirical research and theoretical implications
Differential effects of visual context on pattern discrimination by pigeons (Columba livia) and humans (Homo sapiens)
Perceptual salience of form versus material as a function of variations in spacing and number of elements
Figure-ground organization in real and subjective contours: a new ambiguous figure, some novel measures of ambiguity, and apparent distance across regions of figure and ground
Contrast and spatial variables in texture segregation: testing a simple spatial-frequency channels model
Association of computerized mammographic parenchymal pattern measure with breast cancer risk: a pilot case-control study
Texture analysis of brain MRI evidences the amygdala activation by nociceptive stimuli under deep anesthesia in the propofol-formalin rat model
Microscopic image analysis for quantitative measurement and feature identification of normal and cancerous colonic mucosa
Cognitive ergonomics of a mail order filling company: part 1 - influence of colour, position and highlighting on recognition time
A linear systems approach to the detection of both abrupt and smooth spatial variations in orientation-defined textures
Texture synthesis and perception: using computational models to study texture representations in the human visual system
Theory of texture discrimination of based on higher-order perturbations in individual texture samples
Beyond fourth-order texture discrimination: generation of extreme-order and statistically-balanced textures
Investigating simple and complex mechanisms in texture segregation using the speed-accuracy tradeoff method
Visual perception of procedural textures: identifying perceptual dimensions and predicting generation models
Irrelevance of local position information in visual adaptation to random arrays of small geometric elements
Breast tissue classification using diagnostic ultrasound and pattern recognition techniques: I. Methods of pattern recognition
Breast tissue classification using diagnostic ultrasound and pattern recognition techniques: II. Experimental results
Visual control of orientation behaviour in the fly. Part II. Towards the underlying neural interactions
Machine learning study of several classifiers trained with texture analysis features to differentiate benign from malignant soft-tissue tumors in T1-MRI images
Texture analysis for tissue discrimination on T1-weighted MR images of the knee joint in a multicenter study: Transferability of texture features and comparison of feature selection methods and classifiers
Visual signal detection in structured backgrounds. III. Calculation of figures of merit for model observers in statistically nonstationary backgrounds
Preoperative MRI-Based Radiomic Machine-Learning Nomogram May Accurately Distinguish Between Benign and Malignant Soft-Tissue Lesions: A Two-Center Study
Multi-view radiomics and dosiomics analysis with machine learning for predicting acute-phase weight loss in lung cancer patients treated with radiotherapy
How accurately do different computer-based texture characterization methods predict material surface coarseness? A guideline for effective online inspection
Neural activity in early visual cortex reflects behavioral experience and higher-order perceptual saliency
Lung Cancer Classification Employing Proposed Real Coded Genetic Algorithm Based Radial Basis Function Neural Network Classifier
On the correlation between second order texture features and human observer detection performance in digital images
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