Computational Modeling of Vision: The Role of Combination

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CRC Press, Feb 2, 1999 - Science - 280 pages
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Defines a unified theory of vision in which nearly independent components of visual stimuli are recombined and synthesized at high levels of neural processing to produce the richness of visual experience. The text illustrates how visual systems gather, process and reconstruct information about objects in two and three dimensions.
 

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Contents

Models of Combination and Binding
61
A Vision System
99
A Particle System Model for Combining Edge Information
115
Combining Images for ThreeDimensional Vision
137
Object Recognition
167
Surface Reconstruction
193
Bibliography
235
Index
249
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