Computational Models in Human Vision

15th Symposium: June 19-21, 1986

Structural Regularities and Texture

Alex Pentland, On perceiving 3-D shape and texture

John Allman, Stimulus selective responses from beyond the classical receptive field

Jacob Beck, Unresolved issues in texture segregation

Shape and Form

Donald Hoffman, Shape recognition: A formal approach

Robert Desimone, Neural Mechanisms for object recognition in extra striate cortex of the monkey

Steven Palmer, Problems in shape perception


Ellen Hildreth, Computational models of motion analysis

Edward H. Adelson, Basic mechanisms for the analysis of motion


Brian Wandell, The representation of color signals

Russell DeValois, Perceptual signs of the chromatic code

Semir Zeki, Analysis of color by the cerebral cortex

The Representation of Space

David Zipser, Stability, binding, and transformation in biologically plausible models of spatial representation

Richard Andersen, Encoding of spatial location by posterior parietal cortex

David Regan, To what extent does the brain's representation of space reflect the organism's goals rather than the spatial structure of the physical world? Some psychophysical thoughts

Julian Hochberg, What computers should know about human perception

Contextual Effects and Attention

Shimon Ullman, Visual routines and visual attention

John Maunsell, Effects of attention on the responses of neurons in visual cortex

Ken Nakayama, Parallel and serial aspects of visual processing

Organizing Committee:
Mary Hayhoe
Jerome Feldman