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Journal of Vision
Image structure is generated by distinct physical sources that include 3-D surface geometry, surface reflectance, and the light field. A fundamental problem in midlevel vision involves understanding how, and how well, the visual system separates images into their underlying sources. A large body of recent work has shown that the perception of gloss exhibits significant dependencies on both 3-D surface geometry and the light field in which the surface is embedded. We recently proposed that thesedoi:10.1167/13.14.2 pmid:24297776 fatcat:6asf54y2irfizdx3dqjv5ggk7e