Eye, Brain, and Vision

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Eye, Brain, and Vision
"This book is mainly about the development of our ideas on how the brain handles visual information; it covers roughly the period between 1950 and 1980. Intuition tells us that the brain is complicated. We do complicated things, in immense variety. We breathe, cough, sneeze, vomit, mate, swallow, and uri- nate; we add and subtract, speak, and even argue, write, sing, and compose quartets, poems, novels, and plays; we play baseball and musical instruments. We perceive and think. How could the organ responsible for doing all that not be complex?"
David H. Hubel
Added 12 Jan 2009
Updated 06 Feb 2009
Authors David H. Hubel
 The entire book can be downloaded as a zip file.
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