Comparisons Between Human Perception and Machine “Perception”
In this second part of the book we shall investigate how one can establish relations between the concept and the performance of a synergetic computer and our understanding of cognitive processes in the human brain. Or, to be more modest, we shall ask the question: To what extent can the synergetic computer mimic mental abilities?
KeywordsHuman Perception Test Pattern Image Point Matching Feature Fourier Space
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