Spatial Context in Recognition

  title={Spatial Context in Recognition},
  author={M. Bar and S. Ullman},
  pages={343 - 352}
  • M. Bar, S. Ullman
  • Published 1996
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Perception
  • In recognizing objects and scenes, partial recognition of objects or their parts can be used to guide the recognition of other objects. Here, the role of individual objects in the recognition of complete figures and the influence of contextual information on the identification of ambiguous objects were investigated. Configurations of objects that were placed in either proper or improper spatial relations were used, and response times and error rates in a recognition task were measured. Two main… CONTINUE READING
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