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List of co-cited articles
1 articles co-cited >1



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Neural network approach to background modeling for video object segmentation.
Dubravko Culibrk, Oge Marques, Daniel Socek, Hari Kalva, Borko Furht. IEEE Trans Neural Netw 2007
12
25

Extensive Benchmark and Survey of Modeling Methods for Scene Background Initialization.
Pierre-Marc Jodoin, Lucia Maddalena, Alfredo Petrosino, Yi Wang. IEEE Trans Image Process 2017
6
25

Image Sharpness and Contrast Tuning in the Early Visual Pathway.
Eduardo Sánchez, Rubén Ferreiroa, Adrián Arias, Luis M Martínez. Int J Neural Syst 2017
2
50

A Hopfield neural network for image change detection.
Gonzalo Pajares. IEEE Trans Neural Netw 2006
11
25

Moving Object Detection by Detecting Contiguous Outliers in the Low-Rank Representation.
Xiaowei Zhou, Can Yang, Weichuan Yu. IEEE Trans Pattern Anal Mach Intell 2013
51
25

Hierarchical ensemble of background models for PTZ-based video surveillance.
Ning Liu, Hefeng Wu, Liang Lin. IEEE Trans Cybern 2015
6
25

A self-organizing approach to background subtraction for visual surveillance applications.
Lucia Maddalena, Alfredo Petrosino. IEEE Trans Image Process 2008
40
25

A New Neural Dynamic Classification Algorithm.
Mohammad Hossein Rafiei, Hojjat Adeli. IEEE Trans Neural Netw Learn Syst 2017
39
25

Segmentation of Moving Objects by Long Term Video Analysis.
Peter Ochs, Jitendra Malik, Thomas Brox. IEEE Trans Pattern Anal Mach Intell 2014
23
25

Foreground Detection by Competitive Learning for Varying Input Distributions.
Ezequiel López-Rubio, Miguel A Molina-Cabello, Rafael Marcos Luque-Baena, Enrique Domínguez. Int J Neural Syst 2018
4
25


Quantitative measurement of saccade amplitude, duration, and velocity.
R W Baloh, A W Sills, W E Kumley, V Honrubia. Neurology 1975
283
25

The (In)Effectiveness of Simulated Blur for Depth Perception in Naturalistic Images.
Guido Maiello, Manuela Chessa, Fabio Solari, Peter J Bex. PLoS One 2015
8
25


SEQUENTIAL ESTIMATION OF POINTS ON A PSYCHOMETRIC FUNCTION.
G B WETHERILL, H LEVITT. Br J Math Stat Psychol 1965
890
25


Blur and disparity are complementary cues to depth.
Robert T Held, Emily A Cooper, Martin S Banks. Curr Biol 2012
49
25


Binocular sensory fusion is limited by spatial resolution.
C Schor, I Wood, J Ogawa. Vision Res 1984
117
25





Stereopsis is adaptive for the natural environment.
William W Sprague, Emily A Cooper, Ivana Tošić, Martin S Banks. Sci Adv 2015
44
25



Shape from texture: ideal observers and human psychophysics.
A Blake, H H Bülthoff, D Sheinberg. Vision Res 1993
73
25


A space-variant model for motion interpretation across the visual field.
Manuela Chessa, Guido Maiello, Peter J Bex, Fabio Solari. J Vis 2016
9
25




Sensitivity to disparity corrugations in peripheral vision.
S J Prince, B J Rogers. Vision Res 1998
19
25

The upper disparity limit increases gradually with eccentricity.
Saeideh Ghahghaei, Suzanne McKee, Preeti Verghese. J Vis 2019
4
25


Peri-saccadic natural vision.
Michael Dorr, Peter J Bex. J Neurosci 2013
31
25


Metamers of the ventral stream.
Jeremy Freeman, Eero P Simoncelli. Nat Neurosci 2011
260
25



Neural basis for stereopsis from second-order contrast cues.
Hiroki Tanaka, Izumi Ohzawa. J Neurosci 2006
45
25

Encoding and estimation of first- and second-order binocular disparity in natural images.
Paul B Hibbard, Ross Goutcher, David W Hunter. Vision Res 2016
7
25

Binocular Eye Movements Are Adapted to the Natural Environment.
Agostino Gibaldi, Martin S Banks. J Neurosci 2019
16
25

Coarse-fine dichotomies in human stereopsis.
Laurie M Wilcox, Robert S Allison. Vision Res 2009
43
25


Modeling magnification and anisotropy in the primate foveal confluence.
Mark M Schira, Christopher W Tyler, Branka Spehar, Michael Breakspear. PLoS Comput Biol 2010
41
25




Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.