Representation and recognition in vision / Shimon Edelman.

By: Edelman, Shimon
Material type: TextTextCopyright date: ©1999Description: 1 online resource (xxiii, 335 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0585077304; 9780585077307; 9780262050579; 0262050579; 0262272156; 9780262272155Subject(s): Visual perception | Mental representation | Visualization | Recognition (Psychology) | Categorization (Psychology) | Cognitive science | Perception | Learning | Psychological Phenomena and Processes | Psychiatry and Psychology | Visual Perception | Mental Processes | Memory | PSYCHOLOGY -- Physiological Psychology | Categorization (Psychology) | Cognitive science | Mental representation | Recognition (Psychology) | Visual perception | Visualization | Visuele waarneming | Mentale representatie | Herkenning | NEUROSCIENCE/Visual Neuroscience | COGNITIVE SCIENCES/GeneralGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Representation and recognition in vision.DDC classification: 152.14 LOC classification: BF241 | .E28 1999ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
The Problem of Representation -- A Vision of Representation -- Reconstruction -- Representation without Reconstruction -- The Feature Detector Redux -- The Challenge -- Theories of Representation and Object Recognition -- Recognition-Related Tasks That Require Representation -- Identification and Generalization -- Categorization -- Analogy -- A Formalization of the Notion of Representation -- The Problem of Representation -- Representation as a Mapping -- First- and Second-Order Isomorphism -- Computational Theories of Recognition -- Reconstructionist Theories: A Brief Historical Perspective -- Structural Decomposition Theories -- Theories Based on Geometric Constraints -- Multidimensional Feature Spaces -- S-isomorphism: The Theory -- Similarity as Proximity in a Metric Space -- Some Common Objections -- A Metric Similarity Space as a Working Hypothesis -- Shape Spaces -- Kendall's Shape Space -- Transformations and Deformations -- Best-Correspondence Distance -- An Objective Shape Space -- Parameterization of Distal Shape Space -- Scope of Parameterization -- Dimensionality of Parameterization -- The Distal to Proximal Mapping -- Levels of Representation of Similarity -- The Components of the Mapping F -- Constraints on F -- Implications -- S-isomorphism: An Implementation -- Task-Dependent Treatment of the Measurement Space -- Identification ("Is this an image of object X?") -- Recognition ("Is this an image of something I know?") -- Categorization ("What is this thing?") -- Categorization as Navigation in Shape Space.
Summary: Shimon Edelman bases a comprehensive approach to visual representation on the notion of correspondence between proximal (internal) and distal similarities in objects.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 303-329) and index.

The Problem of Representation -- A Vision of Representation -- Reconstruction -- Representation without Reconstruction -- The Feature Detector Redux -- The Challenge -- Theories of Representation and Object Recognition -- Recognition-Related Tasks That Require Representation -- Identification and Generalization -- Categorization -- Analogy -- A Formalization of the Notion of Representation -- The Problem of Representation -- Representation as a Mapping -- First- and Second-Order Isomorphism -- Computational Theories of Recognition -- Reconstructionist Theories: A Brief Historical Perspective -- Structural Decomposition Theories -- Theories Based on Geometric Constraints -- Multidimensional Feature Spaces -- S-isomorphism: The Theory -- Similarity as Proximity in a Metric Space -- Some Common Objections -- A Metric Similarity Space as a Working Hypothesis -- Shape Spaces -- Kendall's Shape Space -- Transformations and Deformations -- Best-Correspondence Distance -- An Objective Shape Space -- Parameterization of Distal Shape Space -- Scope of Parameterization -- Dimensionality of Parameterization -- The Distal to Proximal Mapping -- Levels of Representation of Similarity -- The Components of the Mapping F -- Constraints on F -- Implications -- S-isomorphism: An Implementation -- Task-Dependent Treatment of the Measurement Space -- Identification ("Is this an image of object X?") -- Recognition ("Is this an image of something I know?") -- Categorization ("What is this thing?") -- Categorization as Navigation in Shape Space.

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Shimon Edelman bases a comprehensive approach to visual representation on the notion of correspondence between proximal (internal) and distal similarities in objects.

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