No reconstruction, no impenetrability (at least not much) A commentary on ``Is vision continuous with cognition?'' by Z. Pylyshyn
|Abstract||Two of the premises of the target paper -- surface reconstruction as the goal of early vision, and inaccessibility of intermediate stages in the process presumably leading to such reconstruction -- are questioned and found wanting.|
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