Dr. David Foster is an optometrist practicing in Reading, PA. Dr. Foster specializing in providing eye care services to patients. As an optometrist, Dr. Foster performs eye exams, tests vision, corrects vision by prescribing eye glasses or contacts, detects certain eye disorders and manages and treats vision problems. Optometrists often work closely with ophthalmologists who may need to further treat patients with surgical procedures.
- Scene articulation: dependence of illuminant estimates on number of surfaces.
- Statistics of spatial cone-excitation ratios in natural scenes.
- Uniformity and asymmetry of rapid curved-line detection explained by parallel categorical coding of contour curvature.
- Recognizing novel three-dimensional objects by summing signals from parts and views.
- Directional tunneling escape from nearly spherical optical resonators.
- Does colour constancy exist?
- Information limits on neural identification of colored surfaces in natural scenes.
- Minimum-variance cone-excitation ratios and the limits of relational color constancy.
- Protanopic observers show nearly normal color constancy with natural reflectance spectra.
- Colour constancy under simultaneous changes in surface position and illuminant.
- Bragg-induced orbital angular-momentum mixing in paraxial high-finesse cavities.
- Psychophysical estimates of the number of spectral-reflectance basis functions needed to reproduce natural scenes.
- Effect of scene complexity on colour constancy with real three-dimensional scenes and objects.
- Perceptual limits on low-dimensional models of Munsell reflectance spectra.
- Information limits on identification of natural surfaces by apparent colour.
- Minimalist surface-colour matching.
- Confusing the moon's whiteness with its brightness.
- Color constancy in natural scenes explained by global image statistics.
- Color constancy in natural scenes with and without an explicit illuminant cue.
- Visual sensitivity to color errors in images of natural scenes.
- Anomalous trichromats' judgments of surface color in natural scenes under different daylights.
- Frequency of metamerism in natural scenes.
- Adaptive optics retinal imaging reveals S-cone dystrophy in tritan color-vision deficiency.
- How temporal cues can aid colour constancy.
- Goos-Hänchen induced vector eigenmodes in a dome cavity.
- Color constancy: phenomenal or projective?
- Model-free estimation of the psychometric function.
- Approaching ideal observer efficiency in using color to retrieve information from natural scenes.
- Color constancy of red-green dichromats and anomalous trichromats.
- Cone photoreceptor mosaic disruption associated with Cys203Arg mutation in the M-cone opsin.
- Color constancy.
- Number of perceptually distinct surface colors in natural scenes.
- A simple nonparametric method for classifying eye fixations.
- Visual search in natural scenes explained by local color properties.
- Predicting frequency of metamerism in natural scenes by entropy of colors.
- Estimating information from image colors: an application to digital cameras and natural scenes.
- Influence of local scene color on fixation position in visual search.
- Time-lapse ratios of cone excitations in natural scenes.
- Spatial distributions of local illumination color in natural scenes.
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