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center:The Center of European Languages of Qom(Ale Beit Publications)
Document Type:BL
Record Number:1657
Doc. No:b11730
Language of Document :English
Main Entry:Leeuwenberg, E. L. J, author
Title & Author:Structural information theory:the simplicity of visual form/ Emanuel L. J. Leeuwenberg, Peter A. van der Helm
Page. NO:xvi, 319 pages ; 24 cm
ISBN:9781107029606(hardback)
Notes:Print
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (page 297-312) and indexes.
Contents:Machine generated contents note: Introduction; Part I. Towards a Theory of Visual Form: 1. Borders of perception; 2. Attributes of visual form; 3. Process and representation; 4. Models and principles; 5. Assumptions and foundations; Part II. Applications to Visual Form: 6. Formal coding model; 7. A perceptual coding manual; 8. Preference effects; 9. Time effects; 10. Hierarchy effects; Part III. Extensions: 11. Perception beyond SIT; 12. SIT beyond perception; Overview; Conclusion.
"Structural information theory is a coherent theory about the way the human visual system organises a raw visual stimulus into objects and object parts. To humans, a visual stimulus usually has one clear interpretation even though, in theory, any stimulus can be interpreted in numerous ways. To explain this, the theory focuses on the nature of perceptual interpretations rather than on underlying process mechanisms and adopts the simplicity principle which promotes efficiency of internal resources rather than the likelihood principle which promotes veridicality in the external world. This theoretically underpinned starting point gives rise to quantitative models and verifiable predictions for many visual phenomena, including amodal completion, subjective contours, transparency, brightness contrast, brightness assimilation and neon illusions. It also explains phenomena such as induced temporal order, temporal context effects and hierarchical dominance effects, and extends to evaluative pattern qualities such as distinctiveness, interestingness and beauty"--Provided by publisher.
Subject:Human information processing
Subject:Information theory in psychology
Dewey Classification:‭612.8‬
LC Classification:‭QP396‬‭.L44 2013‬
Added Entry:Helm, Peter A. van der