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Biederman 1. What is the problem of object recognition? 2. How many objects can we name on the basis of their shape, and what is the rate of development in this naming ability? 3. What is the importance of viewpoint-invariant image properties? 4. What are the viewpoint-invariant image properties? 5. How are visual entities decomposed into parts? 6. What two major problems must be addressed by any theory of object recognition? 7. Describe the continuum of primitive complexity in theories of object recognition.
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Unformatted text preview: 8. Explain the recognition-by-components model of object recognition. 9. What are geons? 10. Describe the Hummel and Biederman connectionist simulation of the recognition-by-components model of object recognition? 11. What is the empirical evidence for the recognition-by-components model of object recognition? 12. Which makes a superior model of object recognition: geons or features? Why? 13. How does the recognition-by-components model of object recognition apply to scene perception? 4.1...
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