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Journal of Vision
Retinotopic cortex a b s t r a c t Identical local image motion signals can arise from countless object motions in the world. In order to resolve this ambiguity, the visual system must somehow integrate motion signals arising from different locations along an object's contour. Difficulties arise, however, because image contours can derive from multiple objects and from occlusion. Thus, correctly integrating respective objects' motion signals presupposes the specification of what counts as andoi:10.1167/11.11.724 fatcat:vz6rgjydszdrfhzezgw7pxgbme