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Functional architectonics of local masking in three dimensions

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Profound local masking measured as a function of the position, disparity, width and polarity of the mask reveals a structure of disparity-specific masking that cannot be explained by the masking of its monocular constituents. The masking effects can be modeled with three additive components, a polarity-independent one with a fixed disparity range, a disparity center/surround one keyed to both disparity and mask polarity, and one deriving from the monocular masking in each eye. Thus, the disparity interaction behavior reveals extensive disparity domain connectivity that needs to be taken into account by future models of disparity processing,

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