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David J. Field
David J. Field
Professor of Psychology, Cornell University
Verified email at cornell.edu
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Emergence of simple-cell receptive field properties by learning a sparse code for natural images
BA Olshausen, DJ Field
Nature 381 (6583), 607-609, 1996
74251996
Sparse coding with an overcomplete basis set: A strategy employed by V1?
BA Olshausen, DJ Field
Vision research 37 (23), 3311-3325, 1997
47311997
Relations between the statistics of natural images and the response properties of cortical cells
DJ Field
Josa a 4 (12), 2379-2394, 1987
44141987
Contour integration by the human visual system: Evidence for a local
DJ Field, A Hayes, RF Hess
Vision research 33 (2), 173-193, 1993
20601993
Sparse coding of sensory inputs
BA Olshausen, DJ Field
Current opinion in neurobiology 14 (4), 481-487, 2004
17922004
What is the goal of sensory coding?
DJ Field
Neural Computation 6 (4), 559-601, 1994
17441994
Natural image statistics and efficient coding
BA Olshausen, DJ Field
Network: computation in neural systems 7 (2), 333, 1996
8371996
How close are we to understanding V1?
BA Olshausen, DJ Field
Neural computation 17 (8), 1665-1699, 2005
5582005
Visual sensitivity, blur and the sources of variability in the amplitude spectra of natural scenes
DJ Field, N Brady
Vision research 37 (23), 3367-3383, 1997
3381997
Integration of contours: New insights
R Hess, DJ Field
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 3 (12), 480-486, 1999
2901999
Scale-invariance and self-similar ‘wavelet’transforms: an analysis of natural scenes and mammalian visual systems
DJ Field
Wavelets, fractals, and Fourier transforms, 151-193, 1993
2701993
Human discrimination of fractal images
DC Knill, D Field, D Kerstent
JOSA A 7 (6), 1113-1123, 1990
2491990
The structure and symmetry of simple-cell receptive-field profiles in the cat's visual cortex
DJ Field, DJ Tolhurst
Proceedings of the Royal society of London. Series B. Biological sciences …, 1986
2331986
Statistical regularities of art images and natural scenes: spectra, sparseness and nonlinearities.
DJ Graham, DJ Field
Spatial vision 21, 2007
2132007
Contour integration and cortical processing
RF Hess, A Hayes, DJ Field
Journal of Physiology-Paris 97 (2-3), 105-119, 2003
2112003
Wavelets, vision and the statistics of natural scenes
DJ Field
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 1999
1611999
What's constant in contrast constancy? The effects of scaling on the perceived contrast of bandpass patterns
N Brady, DJ Field
Vision research 35 (6), 739-756, 1995
1511995
Local contrast in natural images: normalisation and coding efficiency
N Brady, DJ Field
Perception 29 (9), 1041-1055, 2000
1492000
Vision and the coding of natural images: The human brain may hold the secrets to the best image-compression algorithms
BA Olshausen, DJ Field
American Scientist 88 (3), 238-245, 2000
1462000
Contour integration in strabismic amblyopia: the sufficiency of an explanation based on positional uncertainty
RF Hess, W McIlhagga, DJ Field
Vision research 37 (22), 3145-3161, 1997
1371997
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