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  1. H. A. W. Schober and R. Hilz, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 55, 1086 (1955).
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  2. D. H. Kelly, Doc. Ophthalmol. 18, 16 (1964).
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1964 (2)

D. H. Kelly, Doc. Ophthalmol. 18, 16 (1964).
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J. Levinson, Doc. Ophthalmol. 18, 36 (1964).
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1955 (1)

Hilz, R.

Kelly, D. H.

D. H. Kelly, Doc. Ophthalmol. 18, 16 (1964).
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Levinson, J.

J. Levinson, Doc. Ophthalmol. 18, 36 (1964).
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Schober, H. A. W.

Doc. Ophthalmol. (2)

D. H. Kelly, Doc. Ophthalmol. 18, 16 (1964).
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J. Levinson, Doc. Ophthalmol. 18, 36 (1964).
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J. Opt. Soc. Am. (1)

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F. 1
F. 1

Spatial contrast-sensitivity (reciprocal of threshold contrast) functions for different temporal frequencies. The points are the means of four measurements and the curves (one with a dashed low-frequency section) differ only in their positions along the contrast-sensitivity scale ○ 1 cycle per second, ● 6, Δ 16, ▲ 22 cycles per second.

F. 2
F. 2

Temporal contrast-sensitivity (reciprocal of threshold contrast) functions for different spatial frequencies. The points are the means of four measurements and the curves (two with dashed low-frequency sections) differ only in their positions along the contrast-sensitivity scale, ○ 0.5 cycle per degree, ● 4, Δ 16, ▲ 22 cycles per degree.

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L = L 0 ( 1 + m cos 2 π ν x · cos 2 π f t )