Local and global contextual constraints on the identification of objects in scenes.

@article{Graef1992LocalAG,
  title={Local and global contextual constraints on the identification of objects in scenes.},
  author={Peter de Graef and A De Troy and G{\'e}ry d'Ydewalle},
  journal={Canadian journal of psychology},
  year={1992},
  volume={46 3},
  pages={489-508}
}
Objects likely to appear in a given real-world scene are frequently found to be easier to recognize. Two different sources of contextual information have been proposed as the basis for this effect: global scene background and individual companion objects. The present paper examines the relative importance of these two elements in explaining the context-sensitivity of object identification in full scenes. Specific sequences of object fixations were elicited during free scene exploration, while… CONTINUE READING

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