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my notes Chapter 5 - Chapter 5 PROBLEMs Solution...

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Chapter 5 PROBLEMs: Inverse projection problem- says that different objects could create the same image on the retina Viewpoint invariance- says that it’s the ability to recognise an object from different directions. Solution: Structuralism- by Wilhem Wundt Gestalt laws- by Gestalt means ‘whole’ RECOGNITION BY COMPONENT- Biederman Gestalt laws: note all of these cues are found on the retina! Perceptual organisation Perceptual segregation. LOWER areas =figure [left and right had no preference] Symmetry = figure Vertical/horizontal Smaller areas= figure Meaningful= figure Gestalt laws=heuristics= right most of the time( experience)= faster. REGOGNITION BY COMPONENT THEORY: There are 36 different geons Non-accidental properties ---properties of edges on the RETINA= properties of edges in the 3D world= view point invariance. Each geon = unique set of NAP’s = DISCRIMINABILITY.
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