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Psychophysical studies suggest that figure-ground organization is a largely autonomous process that guides--and thus precedes--allocation of attention and object recognition. The discovery of border-ownership representation in single neurons of early visual cortex has confirmed this view. Recent theoretical studies have demonstrated that border-ownership(More)
Psychophysical studies suggest that figure-ground organization is a largely autonomous process that guides—and thus precedes—allocation of attention and object recognition. The discovery of border ownership representation in single neurons of early visual cortex has confirmed this view. Recent theoretical studies have demonstrated that border ownership(More)
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