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Hypothetical units in a recognition system that respond, or fire, whenever a specific letter pair is in view.
A representation in which information is encoded in some small number of identifiable nodes.
A representation in which ideas or contents are represented by a pattern of activation across a wide number of nodes.
A link from one node or detector, to another, such that activation of one node activates the other.
A link from one node, or detector, to another, such that activation of one node decreases the activation level of the other.
A model of object recognition of (hypothesized) basic building blocks out of which all the objects we recognize are constructed.
Recognition by Components Model
One of the basic shapes proposed as the building blocks of all complex three-dimensional forms.
A process in which the ease or success of recognition does not depend on the perceiver's particular viewing angle or distance with regard to the target object.
A process in which the ease or success of recognition depends on the perceiver's particular viewing angle or distance with regard to the target object.
A pattern typically observed for faces in which the specific face is much more difficult to recognize if the face is presented upside-down.
A process in which the ability to identify an object depends on the whole, or the entire configuration, rather than on an inventory of the object's parts.
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