A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

L Pessoa, E Mingolla, H Neumann. Vision Res 1995
Times Cited: 57







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



Times Cited
  Times     Co-cited
Similarity



A multi-channel approach to brightness coding.
F Kingdom, B Moulden. Vision Res 1992
76
45


Brightness perception and filling-in.
M A Paradiso, K Nakayama. Vision Res 1991
209
40




The representation of brightness in primary visual cortex.
A F Rossi, C D Rittenhouse, M A Paradiso. Science 1996
197
29


Lightness and retinex theory.
E H Land, J J McCann. J Opt Soc Am 1971
605
28

An anchoring theory of lightness perception.
A Gilchrist, C Kossyfidis, F Bonato, T Agostini, J Cataliotti, X Li, B Spehar, V Annan, E Economou. Psychol Rev 1999
318
28


Brightness perception, illusory contours, and corticogeniculate feedback.
A Gove, S Grossberg, E Mingolla. Vis Neurosci 1995
94
22

Feature detection in human vision: a phase-dependent energy model.
M C Morrone, D C Burr. Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 1988
268
22







The ON and OFF channels of the visual system.
P H Schiller. Trends Neurosci 1992
243
19





How does a brain build a cognitive code?
S Grossberg. Psychol Rev 1980
399
17



Illusory contours and cortical neuron responses.
R von der Heydt, E Peterhans, G Baumgartner. Science 1984
624
15


The conditions under which Mach bands are visible.
J Ross, M C Morrone, D C Burr. Vision Res 1989
43
20




Darkness filling-in: a neural model of darkness induction.
M E Rudd, K F Arrington. Vision Res 2001
43
20

Lightness from contrast: a selective integration model.
W D Ross, L Pessoa. Percept Psychophys 2000
47
19



Theory of edge detection.
D Marr, E Hildreth. Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 1980
14







Filling-in percepts produced by luminance modulation.
M A Paradiso, S Hahn. Vision Res 1996
59
14

Integration of surface information in primary visual cortex.
S P MacEvoy, W Kim, M A Paradiso. Nat Neurosci 1998
59
14

Visual brain and visual perception: how does the cortex do perceptual grouping?
S Grossberg, E Mingolla, W D Ross. Trends Neurosci 1997
135
12




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.