"Where" and "what" in vision.

  title={"Where" and "what" in vision.},
  author={Dov Sagi and B{\'e}la Julesz},
  volume={228 4704},
The mixture of a few horizontal and vertical line segments embedded in an aggregate of diagonal line segments can be rapidly counted and their positions rapidly determined by a parallel (preattentive) process. However, the discrimination between horizontal and vertical orientation (that is, discrimination of a single conspicuous feature) requires serial search by focal attention. Under recent theories of attention, focal attention has been assumed to be required for the recognition of different… CONTINUE READING

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