PARAMETERS OF HUMAN PATTERN PERCEPTION.
Semiannual progress rept. no. 5, 18 Sep 69-18 Mar 70,
TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIV FORT WORTH INST FOR THE STUDY OF COGNITIVE SYSTEMS
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The report is the fifth semi-annual progress report on a research program titled Parameters of Human Pattern Perception. Empirical development during this period has included 1 Exploration of feature selection processes through sequential presentation paradigms and specification of statistical principles influencing these processes. 2 Elaboration of the schema plus correction hypothesis, along with a general methodology for studying visual pattern storage. 3 Investigation of the effects of extra-stimulus information context on pattern recognition performance. Progress on theoretical development has included elaboration of a general pattern recognition model, specification of a feature selection mechanism, and exploration of the utility of multivariate models. Author