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The Role Of Depth Cues On Visual Object Recognition And Naming/ Chapter 7/ by Dr. Fawzy A. O. Salama, Ph.D.

    C H A P T E R   7   SCOPE OF THE PRESENT THESIS: The Role Of Depth Cues On Visual Object Recognition And Naming   7.1       Introduction   The focus of the present thesis is to be how  … Continue reading

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Chapter 4C: The Role Of Depth Cues on Visual Object Recognition And Naming

4.8.2. An axis‑based representation A related alternative to “representation by parts” is “representation by axes”. An axis‑based representation, in which both major and minor axes of an object are represented by vectors (Marr & Nishihara, 1978), has been hypothesized as … Continue reading

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Chapter 4B: The mental rotation and recognition of oriented objects

      4.7       The mental rotation  and recognition of oriented objects    4.7.1.  Definition of mental rotation   Mental rotation is the process of transforming the mental image of a three‑dimensional object to represent the same object as if … Continue reading

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