Invited Book Chapters

15. de Heer, M. and Papathomas T.V. (2014) "The Ames-window illusion and its variations" in Oxford Compendium of Visual Illusions Arthur Shapiro & Dejan Todorovic (eds.), Oxford University Press, in press.

14. Papathomas TV (2014) "Patrick Hughes's reverspectives: depth and motion illusions on 3D canvas" in Oxford Compendium of Visual Illusions Arthur Shapiro & Dejan Todorovic (eds.), Oxford University Press, in press.

13. Papathomas TV (2014) "The hollow-mask illusion and variations" in Oxford Compendium of Visual Illusions Arthur Shapiro & Dejan Todorovic (eds.), Oxford University Press, in press.

12. Papathomas, T.V., & DeCarlo, D. (2013) Schema-driven influences in recovering 3-D shape from motion in human and computer vision. In Dickinson, S. & Pizlo, Z. (Eds.), Shape Perception in Human and Computer Vision, Springer.

11. Papathomas TV, Vidnyanszky Z, Blaser E. (2004) "Transparent motion: a powerful tool to study segmentation, integration, adaptation, and attentional selection," in Jenkin, M. and Harris, L. (eds,) On Seeing Spatial Form, pp. 325-344, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

10. Papathomas , T.V., Conway, T., and Kovács, I, “Interocular grouping in binocular rivalry: Basic attributes and combinations,” to appear in Blake, R. and Alais, D. (eds.) Binocular Rivalry and Perceptual Ambiguity, MIT Press.

9. Papathomas, T.V., Rosenthal, A., and Julesz, B. “Neural models of motion perception,” in Hung, G.K. & Ciuffreda, K.J., (eds.) Models of the Visual System, Kluwer Academic / Plenum, pp. 487-519, 2001.

8. Kashi, R., Papathomas, T.V., and Julesz, B. “Psychophysics and modeling of texture segregation” in Hung, G.K. & Ciuffreda, K.J., (eds.) Models of the Visual System, Kluwer Academic / Plenum, pp. 465-486, 2001.

7. Papathomas, T.V., "The brain as a hypothesis-constructing-and-testing agent," in E. LePore & Z. Pylyshyn (eds.) What is Cognitive Science?, 230-247, Blackwell Publishers, 1999.

6. Papathomas, T.V., Kovács, I., Fehér, A., & Julesz, B., "Visual dilemmas: competition between eyes and between percepts in binocular rivalry," in E. LePore & Z. Pylyshyn (eds.)What is Cognitive Science?, 263-294, Blackwell Publishers, 1999.

5. Papathomas, T.V., "Bistable ambiguous tiling patterns with converging/diverging arrows," The Pattern Book: Fractals, Art, and Nature, C. Pickover, ed., 317-318, World Scientific Publishing: London, 1995.

4. Papathomas, T.V. "Vivid depth percepts from simple grey-level line patterns," The Pattern Book: Fractals, Art, and Nature, C. Pickover, ed., 319-321, World Scientific Publishing: London, 1995.

3. Papathomas, T.V. and Julesz, B., "Lie differential operators in animal and machine vision," invited chapter in Simon, J.C. (ed.) From the Pixels to the Features, North-Holland, 1988.

2. Papathomas, T.V. and Julesz, B., "The application of depth separation to the display of multivariable phenomena," invited chapter in Cleveland, W.S. and McGill, M.E., (eds.) Dynamic Graphics for Statistics, Wadsworth and Brooks/Cole, 1988.

1. Papathomas, T.V. and Walk, R., "Stability and mathematical modeling of power supplies," Chapter 10 (76 pages) in Electronic Power Processing text, AT&T Bell Laboratories, 1980.

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