Shape representation by second-order isomorphism and the chorus model: SIC

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (4):484-493 (1998)
Abstract
Proximal mirroring of distal similarities is, at present, the only solution to the problem of representation that is both theoretically sound (for reasons discussed in the target article) and practically feasible (as attested by the performance of the Chorus model). Augmenting the latter by a capability to refer selectively to retinotopically defined object fragments should lead to a comprehensive theory of shape processing.
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