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On the Visual Perception of Shape --- Analysis and Genesis through Information Models

Leymarie, Frederic Fol. 2011. On the Visual Perception of Shape --- Analysis and Genesis through Information Models. In: , ed. Proceedings of the SHAPES 1.0 workshop. Karlshrue, Germany: UNSPECIFIED. [Book Section]

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Proceedings of the SHAPES 1.0 workshop, part of Context 2011, Karlshrue, Germany, Sept. 2011

Shape is the structure of a localised field constructed in relation to an object, which e.g. consists of geometric entities in association with each sample of the object being scrutinized. To identify or characterise shape, we need to “probe” the field [27,35]. In this paper I consider the visual perception of shape via “information models” defined as simultaneously usable for both tasks of: (i) Genesis, i.e. the creation of an internalised world construct, part of a “presentation” [28], and (ii) Analysis, i.e. stimuli processing to produce perceptual cues to
steer the generative engine as well as for verification of the generated percepts.

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September 2011UNSPECIFIED

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15643

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15 Dec 2015 10:55

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20 Jun 2017 10:09

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http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/15643

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