PARAMETERS OF HUMAN PATTERN PERCEPTION.
Semi-annual progress rept. no. 1, Sep 67-Mar 68,
TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIV FORT WORTH
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An introduction to the research is presented emphasizing the importance of within class variability and common attributes schema of a class in the problem of assigning patterns to recognition classes. It is also noted that this research program includes the development of methodologies to allow control and manipulation of this variability as well as of other relevant pattern variables. Subsequent phases of the research will make use of these methodologies in empirical and theoretical developments leading to basic understanding of pattern perception. An integrative summary of previous, present, and projected research is presented. A review is given of progress toward the creation of a research center capable of conducting further research in this area. Author