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Five appropriate stimulus contrasts were selected on the basis of preliminary observations. Both during preliminary observations and during the regular session, each of the stimuli was presented in random sequence an equal number of times. The five stimuli were detectable by the observers with varying probability. The largest stimulus contrast was usually detected with a probability of 95 percent and the smallest stimulus contrast, with a probability of 10 percent. Three additional stimuli were selected so that an adequate function relating probability of detection and stimulus contrast was obtained.
The shape of the spread function was held constant and was of the Gaussian form. Being Gaussian-shaped, the transfer functions are completely describable by one parameter. They selected that spatial frequency corresponding to a given modulation transfer factor. This is similar to the standard deviation of a normal distribution. They called it the characteristic frequency Vc (Fig. 7), discussed later. m-diameter scanning aperture. For their first experiment a series of 19 pictures was prepared with carefully controlled parameters of grain and MTF.