Now showing items 41-43 of 43
From primal templates to invariant recognition
We can immediately recognize novel objects seen only once before -- in different positions on the retina and at different scales (distances). Is this ability hardwired by our genes or learned during development -- and ...
Faces as a "Model Category" for Visual Object Recognition
Visual recognition is an important ability that is central to many everyday tasks such as reading, navigation and social interaction, and is therefore actively studied in neuroscience, cognitive psychology and artificial ...
Examining high level neural representations of cluttered scenes
Humans and other primates can rapidly categorize objects even when they are embedded in complex visual scenes (Thorpe et al., 1996; Fabre-Thorpe et al., 1998). Studies by Serre et al., 2007 have shown that the ability of ...