The Use of Contour, Shape and Form in an Integrated Neural Approach for Object Recognition


How objects are recognised by humans is still an open research field. But, in general there is an agreement that humans recognise objects as established by the similarity principle – among othersof the Gestalt theory of visual perception, which states that things which share visual characteristics such as contour, shape, form, size, colour, texture, value… (More)


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