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"Mosaic Stimuli in Research on Luminance and Color Vision"

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Real images are composed of a mixture of luminance and color information. Mosaic stimuli combining color and luminance contrast have been used in visual science to test the visual discrimination of a target embedded in the background using only cues of color or luminance or even the combination of them. We will discuss the interaction of color and luminance information and its influence on spatial discrimination tests using mosaic stimulus.

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