The detection of stereoscopic depth in random-dot patterns that have been spatially band-pass filtered is adversely affected by the addition of noise at spatial frequencies in the neighbourhood of the frequencies present in the stereogram. This elevation of threshold is generally termed masking and recent data have been interpreted as evidence for a pair of spatial-frequency-tuned stereo "channels" whose peak spatial frequencies are either at 3 and 5 c/deg or 2.5 and 7 c/deg. This interpretat...Expand abstract
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Computing stereo channels from masking data.
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