Spatial vision is that field of science that deals with the problem of inferring the structure of the world from vision. This problem can be divided into many separate tasks, such as extracting information about three-dimensional objects, or object recognition. This book is a collection of invited papers presented at the 1991 York Conference on Spatial Vision in Humans and Robots. From computational models to explicit biological models of spatial processing, to neural networks, these papers bring together the biological and computational aspects of spatial image processing in a unique way. The book provides a snapshot of the state of the art in the understanding of spatial vision.
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