Modelling Visual Processing Strategies in Perceptual Comparison Tasks

Koesling H, Carbone E, Ritter H (2003)
In: ECEM 12 : 12th European conference on eye movements. Dundee, UK: Dundee University.

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ECEM 12 : 12th European conference on eye movements
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12th European conference on eye movements
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Dundee, UK
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2003-08-20 – 2003-08-24
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Koesling H, Carbone E, Ritter H. Modelling Visual Processing Strategies in Perceptual Comparison Tasks. In: ECEM 12 : 12th European conference on eye movements. Dundee, UK: Dundee University; 2003.
Koesling, H., Carbone, E., & Ritter, H. (2003). Modelling Visual Processing Strategies in Perceptual Comparison Tasks. ECEM 12 : 12th European conference on eye movements Dundee, UK: Dundee University.
Koesling, H., Carbone, E., and Ritter, H. (2003). “Modelling Visual Processing Strategies in Perceptual Comparison Tasks” in ECEM 12 : 12th European conference on eye movements (Dundee, UK: Dundee University).
Koesling, H., Carbone, E., & Ritter, H., 2003. Modelling Visual Processing Strategies in Perceptual Comparison Tasks. In ECEM 12 : 12th European conference on eye movements. Dundee, UK: Dundee University.
H. Koesling, E. Carbone, and H. Ritter, “Modelling Visual Processing Strategies in Perceptual Comparison Tasks”, ECEM 12 : 12th European conference on eye movements, Dundee, UK: Dundee University, 2003.
Koesling, H., Carbone, E., Ritter, H.: Modelling Visual Processing Strategies in Perceptual Comparison Tasks. ECEM 12 : 12th European conference on eye movements. Dundee University, Dundee, UK (2003).
Koesling, Hendrik, Carbone, Elena, and Ritter, Helge. “Modelling Visual Processing Strategies in Perceptual Comparison Tasks”. ECEM 12 : 12th European conference on eye movements. Dundee, UK: Dundee University, 2003.

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