## A Formal Theory of Perception |

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### Contents

Components of the Perceptual Process | 15 |

Present Status of the Technical Problem | 91 |

BIBLIOGRAPHY | 95 |

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abstract idea angles answer approach argument against Helmholtz asymptotic automata automaton axioms believe breaking points Chapter Chomsky coding components concave concerning conditioning function connected context correct corresponds deconditioned Definition deletion operation discussion elements endpoint example fact figure finite finite state automaton fragment of geometry fsa's G. E. Moore geometrical judgments geometrical knowledge geometrical predicates give given hence inside/outside intuitively Kant Kant's legs Lemma line segments method Moreover n-tuples necessary occurs on trial original structure particular Patrick Suppes perceptron philosophical problems polygon positive probability possible Price probability of responding problems of perception procedure of Theorem processing device Proof question reason recognizing triangles reinforcement require result retina S-R model sampled scanner seems sense data set of lines simple segments single central vertices solve SRTFA stimuli subtrial synthetic a priori synthetical proposition things transition table Turing machine unconditioned unconditioned stimulus vertex occurs visual visual perception

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A Formal Theory of Perception. Technical Report No. 161.

ED080535 - A Formal Theory of Perception. Technical Report No. 161.

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