Insect models of illumination-invariant skyline extraction from UV and green channels

Differt D, Möller R (2015)
Journal of Theoretical Biology 380(7): 444-462.

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Differt D, Möller R. Insect models of illumination-invariant skyline extraction from UV and green channels. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 2015;380(7):444-462.
Differt, D., & Möller, R. (2015). Insect models of illumination-invariant skyline extraction from UV and green channels. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 380(7), 444-462. doi:10.1016/j.jtbi.2015.06.020
Differt, D., and Möller, R. (2015). Insect models of illumination-invariant skyline extraction from UV and green channels. Journal of Theoretical Biology 380, 444-462.
Differt, D., & Möller, R., 2015. Insect models of illumination-invariant skyline extraction from UV and green channels. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 380(7), p 444-462.
D. Differt and R. Möller, “Insect models of illumination-invariant skyline extraction from UV and green channels”, Journal of Theoretical Biology, vol. 380, 2015, pp. 444-462.
Differt, D., Möller, R.: Insect models of illumination-invariant skyline extraction from UV and green channels. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 380, 444-462 (2015).
Differt, Dario, and Möller, Ralf. “Insect models of illumination-invariant skyline extraction from UV and green channels”. Journal of Theoretical Biology 380.7 (2015): 444-462.

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