Keith Langley

University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Computational Vision
"Keith Langley"
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Langley K, Anderson SJ. (2010) The Riesz transform and simultaneous representations of phase, energy and orientation in spatial vision. Vision Research. 50: 1748-65
Langley K, Lefebvre V, Bex P. (2010) The unveiling of transient channels at high spatial frequencies by contrast masking and contrast adaptation Journal of Vision. 9: 1081-1081
Langley K, Lefebvre V, Anderson SJ. (2009) Cascaded Bayesian processes: an account of bias in orientation perception. Vision Research. 49: 2453-74
Langley K, Bex PJ. (2007) Contrast adaptation implies two spatiotemporal channels but three adapting processes. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 33: 1283-96
Bex PJ, Langley K. (2007) The perception of suprathreshold contrast and fast adaptive filtering. Journal of Vision. 7: 1.1-23
Langley K, Anderson SJ. (2007) Subtractive and divisive adaptation in visual motion computations. Vision Research. 47: 673-86
Bradshaw MF, Hibbard PB, Parton AD, et al. (2006) Surface orientation, modulation frequency and the detection and perception of depth defined by binocular disparity and motion parallax. Vision Research. 46: 2636-44
Groeger J, Harris J, Watt S, et al. (2006) Professor Markland Frederick Bradshaw 1961–2004 Spatial Vision. 19: 1-8
Langley K. (2005) Temporal adaptability and the inverse relationship to sensitivity: a parameter identification model. Spatial Vision. 18: 461-81
Langley K. (2002) A parametric account of contrast adaptation on contrast perception. Spatial Vision. 16: 77-93
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