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ISETBIO: Computational tools for modeling early human vision

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Abstract

Vision begins with the formation of the retinal image, sampling by photoreceptors, and retinal processing of photoreceptor excitations. We describe software tools for modeling how these fundamental processes limit human performance on visual tasks.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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