Object identification in context: the visual processing of natural scenes.

@article{Henderson1992ObjectII,
  title={Object identification in context: the visual processing of natural scenes.},
  author={John M. Henderson},
  journal={Canadian journal of psychology},
  year={1992},
  volume={46 3},
  pages={319-41}
}
When we view a natural visual scene, we seem able to determine effortlessly the scene's semantic category, constituent objects, and spatial relations. How do we accomplish this visual-cognitive feat? The commonly held explanation is known as the schema hypothesis, according to which a visual scene is rapidly identified as a member of a semantic category, and predictions generated from the scene category are then used to aid subsequent object identification. In this paper I will first outline… CONTINUE READING

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