Critical features for the recognition of biological motion.

@article{Casile2005CriticalFF,
  title={Critical features for the recognition of biological motion.},
  author={Antonino Casile and Martin A. Giese},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2005},
  volume={5 4},
  pages={348-60}
}
Humans can perceive the motion of living beings from very impoverished stimuli like point-light displays. How the visual system achieves the robust generalization from normal to point-light stimuli remains an unresolved question. We present evidence on multiple levels demonstrating that this generalization might be accomplished by an extraction of simple mid-level optic flow features within coarse spatial arrangement, potentially exploiting relatively simple neural circuits: (1) A statistical… CONTINUE READING
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