• Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Published in Biological Cybernetics 1995
  • DOI:10.1007/BF00201485

Class similarity and viewpoint invariance in the recognition of 3D objects

@article{Edelman1995ClassSA,
  title={Class similarity and viewpoint invariance in the recognition of 3D objects},
  author={Shimon Edelman},
  journal={Biological Cybernetics},
  year={1995},
  volume={72},
  pages={207-220}
}
In human vision, the processes and the representations involved in identifying specific individuals are frequently assumed to be different from those used for basic level classification, because classification is largely viewpoint-invariant, but identification is not. This assumption was tested in psychophysical experiments, in which objective similarity between stimuli (and, consequently, the level of their distinction) varied in a controlled fashion. Subjects were trained to discriminate… CONTINUE READING

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