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Simulating imaging systems: Photons, parts and people

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Investigators in many fields, ranging from image compression to visual neuroscience, are analyzing statistical properties of image data. In most cases, the analysis begins with a sample of digital image data – such as data provided in a database of gray scale images [1]. The data are then analyzed for statistical regularities that are used to build image quality metrics [2] or systems to understand the behavior of neurons in the visual pathways [3].

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