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Thursday, May 18th
9:00 AM

Can Cone Signals in the Wild Be Predicted From the Past?


David H. Foster, University of Manchester, UK
Iván Marín-Franch, Universidad de Murcia, Spain

9:00 AM - 9:22 AM

9:22 AM

Color Algebras


Jeffrey B. Mulligan, NASA Ames Research Center

9:22 AM - 9:44 AM

9:44 AM

Positive or Correlated Channels in Parallel Race Systems: Help or Hurt?


James T. Townsend, Indiana University - Bloomington
Ru Zhang, University of Colorado Boulder
Yanjun Liu, Indiana University - Bloomington
Michael J. Wenger, University of Oklahoma Norman Campus

9:44 AM - 10:06 AM

10:32 AM

Modeling Accommodation Control of the Human Eye: Chromatic Aberration and Color Opponency


Agostino Gibaldi, University of California - Berkeley
Steven A. Cholewiak, University of California - Berkeley
Marty S. Banks, University of California - Berkeley

10:32 AM - 10:54 AM

10:54 AM

Edge Integration and Image Segmentation in Lightness and Color: Computational and Neural Theory


Michael E. Rudd,

10:54 AM - 11:16 AM

11:16 AM

Using Classification Images to Understand Models of Lightness Perception


Minjung Kim, York University
Jason M. Gold, Indiana University - Bloomington
Richard F. Murray, York University

11:16 AM - 11:38 AM

11:38 AM

Analyzing Thresholds and Efficiency with Hierarchical Bayesian Logistic Regression

Joseph W. Houpt, Wright State University - Main Campus
Jennifer L. Bittner, Rutgers University - New Brunswick/Piscataway

11:38 AM - 12:00 PM