| The aim of this lecture is to understand the foundations of human visual
and auditory systems. We will describe the phenomenal, structural and computational
aspects of the information processing of the perceptual systems, showing
many experimental data.
- Guidance of lecture, Introduction to vision
- First steps in seeing
- Signaling Changes
- Visual cortex
- Spatial vision
- Color vision
- The perception of depth and distance
- Eye movements and visual perception
- Hearing 1: Auditory filters
- Hearing 2: Pitch perception
- Hearing 3: Spatial perception
- Hearing 4: Auditory scene analysis
| We will use PC Projector and VCR for presentation and distribute handouts
1. R. Snowden, P. Thompson, T. Troscianko, Basic Vision,Oxford Univ. Press, 2006.
2. S. E. Palmer, Vision Science, MIT Press, 1999.
3．C.J. Plack, The Sense of Hearing, Lawrence Erlbaum, 2005
|We recommend to take 'Mechanisms for visual perception', which will be
held in the autumn semester.
|【How to Grade】
|Reports and attendance.
|【Message form the Lecturer】
|In this lecture, please mind how and why we have known the aspects of perceptual
systems, as well as the knowledge of the aspects themselves.