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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYB57H3
Professor
Dwayne Pare
Semester
Fall

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CHAPTER3:RecognizingObjects Visuuallerrcetption ▯ Whyobjectrecognitionisimportant—forlearningandrelatingpreviousknowledgeto thecurrentsituation ▯ Beyondtheinformationgiven—perceptioncontainsinformationthatisnotcontained withinthestimulusitself ▯ Organizationandfeatures—organizationbeginsbeforewestarttocataloguetheinput’s basicfeatures,notafter ▯ Logicofperception—theperceptualsystemmakesdecisionsthataresimple,fitwithall theavailabledata,andnotbasedoncoincidence ObbjecttReccogniiionn ▯ Earlyconsiderations—objectrecognitioncanbedoneevenforpartialobjects,and dependsonthecontextwithinwhichtheobjectwasencountered ▯ Features—werecognizeobjectsbydetectingthepresenceofrelevantfeaturesthat comeoutofourorganizedperceptionsoftheinput WoordRReecoggniittiioonn ▯ Factorsinfluencingrecognition—factorslikefamiliarityandrecencyaffectword recognition,evenwhenawordisbrieflypresented ▯ Wordsuperiorityeffect—itiseasiertorecognizeabrieflypresentedletterwithinthe contextofawordthanitistorecognizetheletteronitsown ▯ Well-formedness—recognitionofasingleletterisfacilitatedwhentheletterispresented inanonwordstringoflettersthatisformedaccordingtotherulesofthelanguage ▯ Errors—thereisatendencytomisreadirregularpatternsasiftheywereregularpatterns FeeatureNNeettss ▯ Design—detectorsforspecificpatternsareorganizedinahierarchyofconnectedlayers ▯ Well-formedness—bigramdetectorsdetectpairsofletters,providingoneexplanation forthewell-formednessfindings (cont
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