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  1. Red-green color deficient vision loses little information from natural scenes
  2. Efficiency of humans in choosing important colors from images of paintings
  3. Do color filters help individuals with impaired red-green color vision?
  4. Colour constancy failures expected in colourful environments
  5. Application of offset estimator of differential entropy and mutual information with multivariate data
  6. How many environmental surfaces can be recognized by color despite natural daylight changes?
  7. Hyperspectral imaging in color vision research: tutorial
  8. Color vision in an uncertain world
  9. Time-lapse color cues from natural scenes
  10. How does lighting vary within natural scenes?
  11. How does color affect where we look?
  12. What does color tell us about the contents of a scene?
  13. Distinguishing between eye movements
  14. Predicting frequency of metamerism in natural scenes by entropy of colors
  15. How does scene color influence our search for an object?
  16. Color constancy
  17. Number of perceptually distinct surface colors in natural scenes
  18. Color Constancy of Red-Green Dichromats and Anomalous Trichromats
  19. Color constancy under illuminant and context changes
  20. Cone photoreceptor mosaic disruption associated with Cys203Arg mutation in the M-cone opsin
  21. Approaching ideal observer efficiency in using color to retrieve information from natural scenes
  22. Model-free estimation of the psychometric function
  23. Color constancy: Phenomenal or projective?
  24. Color Appearance
  25. Judging color constancy in extremely brief displays
  26. The Frequency of Metamerism in Natural Scenes
  27. Nonparametric Estimates of Biological Transducer Functions
  28. Adaptive optics retinal imaging reveals S-cone dystrophy in tritan color-vision deficiency
  29. Dome-shaped microresonators and the Born-Oppenheimer method
  30. Recovering spectral data from natural scenes with an RGB digital camera and colored filters
  31. Frequency of metamerism in natural scenes
  32. Visual sensitivity to color errors in images of natural scenes
  33. Color constancy in natural scenes with and without an explicit illuminant cue
  34. Color constancy in natural scenes explained by global image statistics
  35. Anomalous trichromats' judgments of surface color in natural scenes under different daylights
  36. Confusing the moon's whiteness with its brightness
  37. Perceptual Limits on Low-Dimensional Models of Munsell Reflectance Spectra
  38. Minimalist Surface-Colour Matching
  39. Information Limits on Identification of Natural Surfaces by Apparent Colour
  40. Effect of Scene Complexity on Colour Constancy with Real Three-Dimensional Scenes and Objects
  41. Psychophysical estimates of the number of spectral-reflectance basis functions needed to reproduce natural scenes
  42. Colour constancy under simultaneous changes in surface position and illuminant
  43. Minimum-variance cone-excitation ratios and the limits of relational color constancy
  44. Information limits on neural identification of colored surfaces in natural scenes
  45. Does colour constancy exist?
  46. Red–Green Colour Deficiency and Colour Constancy Under Orthogonal-Daylight Changes
  47. Tritanopic Colour Constancy Under Daylight Changes?
  48. Recognizing novel three-dimensional objects by summing signals from parts and views
  49. Uniformity and asymmetry of rapid curved-line detection explained by parallel categorical coding of contour curvature
  50. Statistics of spatial cone-excitation ratios in natural scenes
  51. Scene Articulation: Dependence of Illuminant Estimates on Number of Surfaces
  52. Erratum to “Detecting changes of spatial cone-excitation ratios in dichoptic viewing”
  53. Detecting changes of spatial cone-excitation ratios in dichoptic viewing
  54. Natural groups of transformations underlying apparent motion and perceived object shape and color
  55. Parallel detection of violations of color constancy
  56. Reference frame for rapid visual processing of line orientation
  57. Colour constancy from temporal cues: better matches with less variability under fast illuminant changes
  58. Human Sensitivity to Phase Perturbations in Natural Images: A Statistical Framework
  59. Correlation of MRI lesions with visual psychophysical deficit in secondary progressive multiple sclerosis
  60. Relational color constancy in achromatic and isoluminant images
  61. Minimal information to determine affine shape equivalence.
  62. Asymmetries of saccadic eye movements in oriented-line-target search
  63. Limitations of rapid parallel processing in the detection of long and short oriented line targets
  64. Multiple groups of orientation-selective visual mechanisms underlying rapid orientated-line detection
  65. Binary masks yielding Gaussian light distributions in Maxwellian view
  66. Detecting natural changes of cone-excitation ratios in simple and complex coloured images
  67. Role of second- and third-order statistics in the discriminability of natural images
  68. Four issues concerning colour constancy and relational colour constancy
  69. Obituary: Keith Harrhy Ruddock, 1939-1996
  70. Qualitative Cues in the Discrimination of Affine-Transformed Minimal Patterns
  71. Dependence of Relational Colour Constancy on the Extraction of a Transient Signal
  72. Optimized model of oriented-line-target detection using vertical and horizontal filters
  73. Relation between blood glucose control over 3 months and colour discrimination in insulin dependent diabetic patients without retinopathy
  74. Orientation contrast vs orientation in line-target detection
  75. Effect of short term changes in blood glucose on visual pathway function in insulin dependent diabetes.
  76. Comparison of colour discrimination and electroretinography in evaluation of visual pathway dysfunction in aretinopathic IDDM patients.
  77. Effect of diabetes associated increases in lens optical density on colour discrimination in insulin dependent diabetes.
  78. Relational Colour Constancy from Invariant Cone-Excitation Ratios
  79. Extent and duration of practice effects on performance with the Farnsworth–Munsell 100–Hue test
  80. Optic neuritis
  81. Viewpoint-invariance of contour-curvature discrimination over extended performance levels
  82. Viewpoint-invariant Weber fractions and standard contour-curvature discrimination
  83. The cue for contour-curvature discrimination
  84. C1 fuzzy manifolds
  85. Abnormalities of visual function in hereditary motor and sensory neuropathy
  86. Detection of colour vision abnormalities in uncomplicated type 1 diabetic patients with angiographically normal retinas.
  87. An operational approach to colour constancy
  88. Laser safety and ophthalmologists
  90. Diabetes and retinal function.
  91. Almost equivalence of combinatorial and distance processes for discrimination in multielement images
  92. Horizontal--Vertical Filters in Early Vision Predict Anomalous Line-Orientation Identification Frequencies
  93. Asymmetries in Oriented-Line Detection Indicate Two Orthogonal Filters in Early Vision
  96. Acuity for fine-grain motion and for two-dot spacing as a function of retinal eccentricity: Differences in specialization of the central and peripheral retina
  97. Anomalous loss in blue-green wavelength discrimination with very brief monochromatic stimuli presented to the normal human eye
  98. Bootstrap variance estimators for the parameters of small-sample sensory-performance functions
  99. Paradoxical effects of temperature in multiple sclerosis.
  100. Differentiation of fuzzy continuous mappings on fuzzy topological vector spaces
  101. Isolation of opponent-colour mechanisms at increment threshold
  102. Erratum
  103. Estimating the variance of a critical stimulus level from sensory performance data
  104. Discrete and continuous modes of curved-line discrimination controlled by effective stimulus duration
  105. Horizontal–vertical structure in the visual comparison of rigidly transformed patterns.
  106. Multiple sclerosis: abnormalities in luminance, chromatic, and temporal function at multiple retinal sites
  107. Internal representations and operations in the visual comparison of transformed patterns: Effects of pattern point-inversion, positional symmetry, and separation
  108. Selective internal operations in the recognition of locally and globally point-inverted patterns
  109. Colour vision
  110. Characterization of discrete and continuous modes of visual pattern discrimination
  111. Experimental test of a network theory of vision
  112. Effects of 4-aminopyridine in patients with multiple sclerosis
  113. Test and field spectral sensitivities of colour mechanisms obtained on small white backgrounds: Actions of unitary opponent-colour processes?
  114. Visual discrimination, categorical identification, and categorical rating in brief displays of curved lines: Implications for discrete encoding processes.
  115. Rod- and cone-mediated visual function in multiple sclerosis
  116. Overshoot of curvature in visual apparent motion
  117. Multiple Sclerosis Luminance Threshold and Measurements of Temporal Characteristics of Vision
  118. The fine-grain movement illusion: A perceptual probe of neuronal connectivity in the human visual system
  119. Changes in field spectral sensitivities of red-, green- and blue-sensitive colour mechanisms obtained on small background fields
  120. A spatial perturbation technique for the investigation of discrete internal representations of visual patterns
  121. A description of discrete internal representation schemes for visual pattern discrimination
  122. Irrelevance of Local Position Information in Visual Adaptation to Random Arrays of Small Geometric Elements
  124. Discrete internal pattern representations and visual detection of small changes in pattern shape
  125. Effect of a Small Blue Adapting Field on the Spectral Sensitivity of the Red-sensitive Colour Mechanism of the Human Eye
  126. Fuzzy topological groups
  127. Transformation and relational-structure schemes for visual pattern recognition
  128. Interactions between blue- and red-sensitive colour mechanisms in metacontrast masking
  129. Visual comparison of random-dot patterns: Evidence concerning a fixed visual association between features and feature-relations
  130. Action of Red-sensitive Colour Mechanism on Blue-sensitive Colour Mechanism in Visual Masking
  131. Visual Pattern Recognition by Assignment of Invariant Features and Feature-relations
  132. Rod- and cone-mediated interactions in the fine-grain movement illusion
  133. Interaction between rod and cone systems in dichoptic visual masking
  134. Rod-cone interaction in the after-flash effect
  135. An approach to the analysis of the underlying structure of visual space using a generalized notion of visual pattern recognition
  136. Spatio-temporal interaction between visual colour mechanisms
  137. An experimental examination of a hypothesis connecting visual pattern recognition and apparent motion
  138. A method for the investigation of those transformations under which the visual recognition of a given object is invariant
  139. A method for the investigation of those transformations under which the visual recognition of a given object is invariant
  140. A model of the human visual system in its response to certain classes of moving stimuli
  141. The response of the human visual system to moving spatially-periodic patterns: Further analysis
  142. The response of the human visual system to moving spatially-periodic patterns
  143. The Perception of Moving, Spatially Periodic, Intensity Distributions