effectiveCornealFluxDensity: Effective Corneal Flux Density

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) References Examples

Description

effectiveCornealFluxDensity computes the effective Corneal Flux Density = product of luminance, area, and the monocular effect, F = Lae, from Watson A. B., Yellott J. I. (2012).

Usage

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Arguments

L

luminance in cd m^-2

a

field area in deg^2

e

number of eyes (1 or 2)

Value

PupilSize

effective Corneal Flux Density

Author(s)

Jose Gama

References

Watson A. B., Yellott J. I. (2012). A unified formula for light-adapted pupil size. Journal of Vision, 12(10):12, 1–16.

Examples

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# effective Corneal Flux Density, luminance in cd m^-2 = 1, field area in 
# deg^2 = 30, number of eyes = 2
## Not run: effectiveCornealFluxDensity(1,30^2,2)


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