3 Stages of Object Recognition

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3 Stages of Object Recognition: 1. Object is segmented into a set of basic subjobects. This reflects  the output of the early visual processing. 2. Once the object has been segmented into basic subobjects, one  can classify the category of each subobject. Bieberman argues that  there are 36 basic categories of subobjects, or  geons.  Recognizing  a geon involves recognizing the features that define it, where these  features describe elements of its generation such as the shape of  the object and the axis along which it is moved.  (feature analysis) 3. Having identified the pieces out of which the object is composed  and their configuration, one recognizes the object as the pattern  composed from these pieces  (prototype) Psychological Evidence : Ss asked to identify objects
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