The internal representation of solid shape with respect to vision View Full Text


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DATE

1979-12

AUTHORS

J. J. Koenderink, A. J. van Doorn

ABSTRACT

It is argued that the internal model of any object must take the form of a function, such that for any intended action the resulting reafference is predictable. This function can be derived explicitly for the case of visual perception of rigid bodies by ambulant observers. The function depends on physical causation, not physiology; consequently, one can make a priori statements about possible internal models. A posteriori it seems likely that the orientation sensitive units described by Hubel and Wiesel constitute a physiological substrate subserving the extraction of the invariants of this function. The function is used to define a measure for the visual complexity of solid shape. Relations with Gestalt theories of perception are discussed. More... »

PAGES

211-216

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