Ullman S, 1980, "The effect of similarity between line segments on the correspondence strength in apparent motion" Perception 9(6) 617 – 626
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The effect of similarity between line segments on the correspondence strength in apparent motion
Received 18 March 1980, in revised form 2 June 1980
Abstract. The correspondence between line segments in apparent motion is shown to be affected by the similarity between them. Increase in orientation difference or in length ratio between lines in a competing motion configuration decreases the probability of perceived apparent motion between them. The results suggest the existence of a built-in preference metric that may reflect a measure of matching likelihood between elements in three-dimensional space.
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