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Viewer-Centered Object Recognition in Monkeys

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Logothetis, N., Pauls, J., & Poggio, T.(1994). Viewer-Centered Object Recognition in Monkeys (A.I. Memo 1473). Cambridge, MA, USA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and Center for Biological and Computational Learning Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences.


Cite as: http://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0005-FDDA-9
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How does the brain recognize three-dimensional objects? We trained monkeys to recognize computer rendered objects presented from an arbitrarily chosen training view, and subsequently tested their ability to generalize recognition for other views. Our results provide additional evidence in favor of with a recognition model that accomplishes view-invariant performance by storing a limited number of object views or templates together with the capacity to interpolate between the templates (Poggio and Edelman, 1990).