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Accounting for the phase, spatial frequency and orientation demands of the task improves metrics based on the visual Strehl ratio

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Advances in ophthalmic instrumentation have allowed high order aberrations to be measured in vivo. These measurements describe the distortions to a plane wavefront entering the eye, but not the effect they have on visual performance. One metric for predicting visual performance from a wavefront measurement uses the visual Strehl ratio, calculated in the optical transfer function (OTF) domain (VSOTF) (Thibos et al., 2004). We considered how well such a metric captures empirical measurements of...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
Journal:
Vision Research
Volume:
90
Pages:
57-67
Publication date:
2013-09-05
DOI:
EISSN:
1878-5646
ISSN:
0042-6989
URN:
uuid:6108dd42-9ff4-4f96-8f40-615c9529ef85
Source identifiers:
419266
Local pid:
pubs:419266

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