By Ynging Lee, Al Nungwang, Derchyi Wu

We turn out a bridge precept for harmonic maps among normal manifolds.

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Vx vert. “bar” static achromatic hor. dispar. hor. “bar” static achromatic vert. dispar. 4 Different measurements are obtained when applying a 2-D tilted second-order derivative operator to the different dimensions of the plenoptic function (adapted from Adelson & Bergen, 1991, p. 15, Fig. 15). reduce redundancy between neurons; that is, to avoid having too many neurons code the same information. e. one attempts to enforce, as much as possible, response independence between neurons). e. g. Field, 1987; for an overview, see Ruderman & Bialek, 1994).

Not based on likelihood judgements). They formulated their own position in contrast with the then dominant elementalist/structuralist (Wundt) and empiricist/inferential (von Helmholtz) views, and they were inspired by the discovery in physics of universal laws of dynamics specifying what is simple and natural in the physical universe ( for historical perspective, see Asch, 1995; Hochberg, 1998). g. Hochberg & McAlister, 1953; Hochberg & Silverstein, 1956). g. g. g. g. Oyama, 1961). However, the dissatisfaction with the lack of explanatory power of the minimum principle grew.

G. Schoups, Vogels, Qian, & Orban, 2001). This evidence clearly suggests that attention and task relevance can change profoundly how well particular stimulus features are encoded, but it is still controversial whether these modulations involve more than a shifting of priorities. For example, Op de Beeck et al. g. aspect ratio and curvature). However, whether shape dimensions are encoded independently or not seems to be an aspect of visual processing that cannot be altered. qxd 9/8/2004 6:55 PM Page 17 VISUAL PERCEPTION I: BASIC PRINCIPLES BEYOND EARLY VISION: GESTALT PSYCHOLOGY In the preceding section, the ‘early-vision-asmeasurement’ approach was extended to deal with phenomena beyond the level of local blurred derivatives.

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