Adelson-Anandan-Anderson's X-junction model of perceptual transparency
Adelson, E. H., & Anandan, P. (1990). Ordinal characteristics of transparency.
Paper presented at the AAAI-90 Workshop on Qualitative Vision, July 29,
1990, Boston, MA.
Anderson, B. L. (1997). A theory of illusory lightness and transparency in monocular and binocular images: the role of contour junctions. Perception, 26, 419-453.
(a) Unique transparency that follows Metelli's (1974) formula, in which
gray bars are seen transparent and perceived as if they were located in
front of the horizontal black occluder. Since the apparent depth order
is unique, this type is called unique transparency. (b) The figure invalid
for transparency. (c) Bistable transparency, in which the vertical grating
can be seen either in front of or behind the occluder. Arrows indicate
contrast polarity ("lighter than").
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Kitaoka, A. (2005) A new explanation of perceptual transparency connecting the X-junction contrast-polarity model with the luminance-based arithmetic model.. Japanese Psychological Research, 47, 175-187.
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