Week8-second half

Week8-second half - 07/06/200916:35:00

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07/06/2009 16:35:00 Starting from CONTINUITY OF CENTRALLY ATTENDED OBJECTS Some parts of an image may be more richly represented than others. Most of the changes described above occur in unexpected and uninteresting  regions of scene rather than in the most central parts of the image (focusing  on the actresses’ faces) Concluding that, visual details in areas distant from the point of fixation are  sparsely represented, but that information near fixation points is retained in a  detailed visual memory Another important function is tracking the continued existence and relative  location of important objects such as other people Our system gets some information that suggest that the object in the last  glance is the same as the one in the present glance, inferring that the object  is indeed the same despite a lack of evidence Do we rely more heavily on the property information (visual inferences) or the  spatiotemporal information (timing of when things appear, continuity)? People do double takes when experiencing things that are unexpected
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2010 for the course COMM STD Comm 166 taught by Professor Peterson during the Spring '10 term at UCLA.

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