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© 2009 Oxford University Press. All rights reserved. The two volumes in this book contain a survey of knowledge about the visual perception of the three-dimensional visual world. The primary interest is biological vision. Machine vision and computational models are mentioned only where they contribute to an understanding of the living system. This book grew out of Howard and Rogers' Binocular Vision and Stereopsis, which was published in 1995. The topics have been reorganized, many new sections and chapters have been added, and the literature review has been brought up to date. The present book covers all aspects of depth perception, including a review of monocular cues to depth. Volume I deals with the basic visual mechanisms used in depth perception. Volume II deals with the perception of three-dimensional space.

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