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Computer Vision ... (Published 1992)

Simulated Human Vision..... Ian Overington

Location: Eastbourne. UK
ianoverington@simulatedvision.co.uk ............ www.simulatedvision.co.uk

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and objective quality', Proc. of the SPIE, Vol. 46.
[14]. Overington I. (1975), 'On the interaction between state of accommodation and retinal
image quality', Atti della Fondatione Giorgio Ronchi,
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[15]. Overington I. (1975), 'Some considerations of the eye as a component of an imaging
system', Optica Acta,
22, 365.
[16]. Overington I. (1976), 'Vision and Acquisition', Pentech Press, London.
[17]. Overington I. and Crowther A.G. (1977), 'The influence of noise and quality on subjective
performance', Proc. of the SPIE, Vol. 98, 65.
[18]. Overington I. and Brown M.B. (1977), 'Some simple mathematical methods for derivation
of optical image quality data from edge sharpness', Proc. of the SPIE, Vol. 98, p. 37.
[19]. Overington I. (1979), 'The current status of mathematical modelling of threshold functions',
in 'Search and the Human Observer' (Eds. J.N. Clare and M.A. Sinclair), Taylor and Francis.
[20]. Overington I. (1981), 'Noise, clutter and rasters in imaging', in 'Medical Ultrasonic Images:
Formation, Display, Recording and Perception' (Eds. C.R. Hill and A. Kratochwil), Excerpta
Medica, Amsterdam, 49.
[21]. Overington I. (1981), 'Eye modelling', Proc. of the SPIE, Vol. 274, p. 182.
[22]. Overington I. (1981), 'Image quality and observer performance', Proc. of the SPIE,
Vol. 310, p. 1.
[23]. Overington I. (1982), 'Towards a complete model of photopic visual threshold
performance', Opt. Eng.,
21, 002.
[24]. Overington I. (1983), 'Computer simulation of preperceptual processing of form', Proc. of
the SPIE, Vol. 397, page 73.
[25]. Overington I. (1983), ‘Limitations of spatial-frequency-based criteria for assessment of
raster display systems’, Proc. of the SPIE, Vol. 399, 34.
[26]. Overington I. (1985), ‘Direct measurement of fragmentary velocity and stereo depth’,