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The matching of doubly ambiguous stereograms

Author: Daphna Weinshall; Whitaker College of Health Sciences, Technology, and Management. Center for Biological Information Processing.; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and Center for Biological Information Processing, Whitaker College, ©1991.
Series: C.B.I.P. memo, 65.; A.I. memo, 1312.
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Abstract: "I have previously described psychophysical experiments that involved the perception of many transparent layers, corresponding to multiple matching, in doubly ambiguous random dot stereograms. Additional experiments are described in the first part of this paper. In one experiment, subjects were required to report the density of dots on each transparent layer. In another experiment, the minimal density of
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daphna Weinshall; Whitaker College of Health Sciences, Technology, and Management. Center for Biological Information Processing.; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.
OCLC Number: 27002139
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"July 1991."
Description: 21 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Series Title: C.B.I.P. memo, 65.; A.I. memo, 1312.
Responsibility: Daphna Weinshall.

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Abstract: "I have previously described psychophysical experiments that involved the perception of many transparent layers, corresponding to multiple matching, in doubly ambiguous random dot stereograms. Additional experiments are described in the first part of this paper. In one experiment, subjects were required to report the density of dots on each transparent layer. In another experiment, the minimal density of dots on each layer, which is required for the subjects to perceive it as a distinct transparent layer, was measured. The difficulties encountered by stereo matching algorithms, when applied to doubly ambiguous stereograms, are described in the second part of this paper.

Algorithms that can be modified to perform consistently with human perception, and the constraints imposed on their parameters by human perception, are discussed."

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