One-shot viewpoint invariance in matching novel objects

@article{Biederman1999OneshotVI,
  title={One-shot viewpoint invariance in matching novel objects},
  author={I. Biederman and M. Bar},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1999},
  volume={39},
  pages={2885-2899}
}
Humans often evidence little difficulty at recognizing objects from arbitrary orientations in depth. According to one class of theories, this competence is based on generalization from templates specified by metric properties (MPs), that were learned for the various orientations. An alternative class of theories assumes that non-accidental properties (NAPs) might be exploited so that even novel objects can be recognized under depth rotation. After scaling MP and NAP differences so that they… Expand
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