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Three processing characteristics of visual texture segmentation

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Three mechanisms are outlined which are sufficient to determine texture segmentation or discrimination. They are: (1) convolution of detector profiles with the input image; (2) impletion, where the perceptual 'filling in' of the input surface occurs via a nonlinear filtering operation on each detector's output (3) grouping, where areas are segregated according to their differences in detector responses after impletion occurs. These mechanisms are compared with those proposed to occur in human visual texture discrimination.

Affiliations: 1: Psychology Department, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E9, Canada

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