Full interpretation of minimal images

@article{BenYosef2018FullIO,
  title={Full interpretation of minimal images},
  author={Guy Ben-Yosef and Liav Assif and S. Ullman},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2018},
  volume={171},
  pages={65-84}
}
The goal in this work is to model the process of 'full interpretation' of object images, which is the ability to identify and localize all semantic features and parts that are recognized by human observers. The task is approached by dividing the interpretation of the complete object to the interpretation of multiple reduced but interpretable local regions. In such reduced regions, interpretation is simpler, since the number of semantic components is small, and the variability of possible… Expand
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