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Abstract: Significant progress has been made in understanding vision by combining computational and neuroscientific constraints. However, for the most part these integrative approaches have been limited to low-level visual processing. Recent advances in our understanding of high-level vision in the two separate disciplines warrants an attempt to relate and integrate these results to extend our understanding of vision through object representation and recognition. This paper is an attempt to contribute to this goal, by using a computational framework arising out of computer vision research to organize and interpret human and primate neurophysiology and neuropsychology.
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