Peter Kalocsai

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The classification of a table as round rather than square, a car as a Mazda rather than a Ford, a drill bit as 3/8-inch rather than 1/4-inch, and a face as Tom have all been regarded as a single process termed "subordinate classification." Despite the common label, the considerable heterogeneity of the perceptual processing required to achieve such(More)
The performance of a local feature based system, using Gabor-filters, and a global template matching based system, using a combination of PCA (Principal Component Analysis) and LDA (Linear Discriminant Analysis), was correlated with human performance on a recognition task involving 32 face images. Both systems showed qualitative similarities to human(More)
  • Peter Kalocsai, Gerard Von Der Malsburg, Gideon Medioni, Mi-Suen Guy
  • 2007
A recognition model which defines a measure of shape similarity on the direct output of multiscale and multiorientation Gabor filters does not manifest qualitative aspects of human object recognition of contour-deleted images in that: a) it recognizes recoverable and nonrecoverable contour-deleted images equally well whereas humans recognize recoverable(More)