Shape Perception in Human and Computer Vision

An Interdisciplinary Perspective

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ISBN: 978-1-4471-5194-4 (Print) 978-1-4471-5195-1 (Online)

Table of contents (33 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XVII

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    Pages 1-19

    The Role of Mid-Level Shape Priors in Perceptual Grouping and Image Abstraction

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    Pages 21-40

    Symmetry Is the sine qua non of Shape

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    Pages 41-54

    Flux Graphs for 2D Shape Analysis

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    Pages 55-70

    An Integrated Bayesian Approach to Shape Representation and Perceptual Organization

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    Pages 71-83

    Perceptual Organization of Shape

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    Pages 85-101

    Two-Dimensional Shape as a Mid-Level Vision Gestalt

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    Pages 103-117

    Shape Priors for Image Segmentation

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    Pages 119-132

    Observations on Shape-from-Shading in Humans

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    Pages 133-144

    Deformations and Lighting

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    Pages 145-156

    The Shape of Space

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    Pages 157-170

    The Visual Hierarchy Mirage: Seeing Trees in a Graph

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    Pages 171-185

    Natural Selection and Shape Perception

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    Pages 187-199

    Shape as an Emergent Property

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    Pages 201-212

    Representing 3D Shape and Location

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    Pages 213-224

    Joint Registration and Shape Analysis of Curves and Surfaces

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    Pages 225-235

    The Statistics of Shape, Reflectance, and Lighting in Real-World Scenes

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    Pages 237-248

    Structure vs. Appearance and 3D vs. 2D? A Numeric Answer

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    Pages 249-274

    Challenges in Understanding Visual Shape Perception and Representation: Bridging Subsymbolic and Symbolic Coding

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    Pages 275-284

    3D Face Reconstruction from Single Two-Tone and Color Images

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    Pages 285-298

    Perception and Action Without Veridical Metric Reconstruction: An Affine Approach

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