By Qi Zhao
Regardless of a plethora of medical literature dedicated to imaginative and prescient examine and the fad towards integrative study, the borders among disciplines stay a realistic hassle. to deal with this challenge, this ebook offers a scientific and entire evaluate of imaginative and prescient from a number of views, starting from neuroscience to cognition, and from computational rules to engineering advancements. it's written through prime overseas researchers within the box, with an emphasis on linking a number of disciplines and the impression such synergy may end up in when it comes to either clinical breakthroughs and know-how techniques. It is aimed toward energetic researchers and scientists and engineers in comparable fields.
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Computational and Cognitive Neuroscience of Vision by Qi Zhao