Filling-in as the phenomenal side of binding.

K. F. Arrington

Behavioral and Brain Sciences (BBS).
1999, December, Vol. 21, p. 749.


The question is broadened from isomorphism to invertible transformations and optimal representations. Motivations are drawn from image compression but with an emphasis on object segmentation. Filling-in is considered as the phenomenal side of the binding process with back-surface filling-in being important. Finally, re-normalization of local filtering by globally integrated context is emphasized.


Line 5, "at the regional level" should read "at the retinal level".

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