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Sensory Cue Integration$
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Julia Trommershäuser, Konrad Kording, and Michael S. Landy

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780195387247

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195387247.001.0001

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Modeling Cue Integration in Cluttered Environments

Modeling Cue Integration in Cluttered Environments

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(p.82) CHAPTER 5 Modeling Cue Integration in Cluttered Environments
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Sensory Cue Integration
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Maneesh Sahani

Louise Whiteley

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195387247.003.0005

This chapter lays out one approach to describing the inferential problem encountered when integrating multiple different cues that may arise from many different objects. By switching representations from a set of discrete single-valued cues to a spatial representation based on attribute and cue “maps,” it was possible naturally to model observers' behavior in some simple multiobject and multicue settings, and provide a natural, tractable approach to approximation within these settings. But while effective in these simple cases, the framework is still far from providing a complete description of perceptual inference and integration in cluttered scenes. The framework developed here works best when the cues used for inference are inherently localized in space (in the visual case) or with respect to some other dimension important for determining grouping.

Keywords:   cue integration, single-valued cues, spatial representation, attribute maps, cue maps, perceptual inference, modeling

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