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The MIT vision machine

  title={The MIT vision machine},
  author={T. Poggio and J. Little and E. B. Gamble and D. Geiger and D. Weinshall and M. Villalba and N. Larson and T. Cass and H. B{\"u}lthoff and M. Drumheller and P. Oppenheimer and W. Yang and A. Hurlbert and D. Beymer and P. O'Donnell and W. Gillett},
  • T. Poggio, J. Little, +13 authors W. Gillett
  • Published 1988
  • Computer Science
  • Computer vision has developed algorithms for several early vision processes, such as edge detection, stereopsis, motion, texture, and color, which give separate cues as to the distance from the viewer of three-dimensional surfaces, their shape, and their material properties. Biological vision systems, however, greatly outperform computer vision programs. I t is clear that one of the keys to the reliability, flexibility, and robustness of biological vision system in unconstrained environments is… CONTINUE READING
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