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Perception of Biological Motion in Central and Peripheral Visual Fields

). Stimulus magnification equates identification and discrimination of biological motion across the visual field. Vis. Res., 48, 2827-2834. Gurnsey, R., Roddy, G., Troje, N. F. (2010) Limits of peripheral direction discrimination of point-light walkers. J. Vis., 10 (2), 1-17. Higgins, K. E., Arditi, A., Knoblauch, K., (1996). Detection and identification of mirror-image letter pairs in central and peripheral vision. Vis. Res., 36 (2), 331-337. Hunt, A. R. Halper, F. (2008). Disorganizing biological motion. J. Vis., 8 (12), 1

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An iterative method for non-autonomous nonlocal reaction-diffusion equations

(\Omega)}\subset{H^{-1}(\Omega)}$ . Observe that as a result of the previous identification, we can abuse of the notation considering l ∈ L 2 (Ω) but continue denoting ( l,u ) as l ( u ). The duality product between L p (Ω) and L q (Ω) (where q is the conjugate exponent of p ) will be denoted by (·,·), and the norm in L s (Ω) will be represented by ||·|| L s (Ω) with s ≥ 1. We also denote by 〈·,·〉 the duality product between H −1 (Ω) + L q (Ω) and H 0 1 ( Ω ) ∩ L p ( Ω ) $H^1_0(\Omega)\cap{L^p(\Omega)}$ . Definition 1 A weak solution to ( 1 ) is a

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