Markus presents Visuospatial Functionality for Active Observers: The Same-Different Task at NCFRN
Visuospatial Functionality for Active Observers: The Same-Different Task
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Abstract: To understand vision in computational terms brings us closer to understand how the brain works and transferring this knowledge to build machines whose visual system approaches human ability would be extremely useful in a great number of applications and could make our lives better. Recent work in object recognition showed great advances but only focuses on one problem out of a large number of capabilities, namely classification. (Carrol, 1993) lists many human visuospatial abilities in psychology. However, non are in 3D and no active observer is involved – another dimension that is not sufficiently considered, neither in computer nor psychology research. In this work, we focus on one of the human visuospatial abilities called the Same-Different Problem in 3D and involve an active observer.