Machine Perception—Machine Perception MU

@article{Les2019MachinePP,
  title={Machine Perception—Machine Perception MU},
  author={Zbigniew Les and Magdalena Les},
  journal={Machine Understanding},
  year={2019}
}
In the previous chapter the short survey of the philosophical inquires and psychological research in the human visual perception was outlined. 

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  • Z. LesM. Les
  • Art, Computer Science
    Machine Understanding
  • 2019
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