Irving Biederman
Irving Biederman
Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology, University of Southern California
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Recognition-by-components: a theory of human image understanding.
I Biederman
Psychological review 94 (2), 115, 1987
67471987
Dynamic binding in a neural network for shape recognition.
JE Hummel, I Biederman
Psychological review 99 (3), 480, 1992
11621992
Scene perception: Detecting and judging objects undergoing relational violations
I Biederman, RJ Mezzanotte, JC Rabinowitz
Cognitive psychology 14 (2), 143-177, 1982
11381982
Human image understanding: Recent research and a theory
I Biederman
Computer vision, graphics, and image processing 32 (1), 29-73, 1985
9651985
Recognizing depth-rotated objects: evidence and conditions for three-dimensional viewpoint invariance.
I Biederman, PC Gerhardstein
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 19 (6 …, 1993
8601993
Perceiving real-world scenes
I Biederman
Science 177 (4043), 77-80, 1972
8241972
Surface versus edge-based determinants of visual recognition
I Biederman, G Ju
Cognitive psychology 20 (1), 38-64, 1988
7501988
On the semantics of a glance at a scene
I Biederman
Perceptual organization, 213-253, 2017
6212017
Sexing day-old chicks: A case study and expert systems analysis of a difficult perceptual-learning task.
I Biederman, MM Shiffrar
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition 13 (4), 640, 1987
5601987
Priming contour-deleted images: Evidence for intermediate representations in visual object recognition
I Biederman, EE Cooper
Cognitive psychology 23 (3), 393-419, 1991
5081991
Mental set and mental shift revisited
A Spector, I Biederman
The American Journal of Psychology, 669-679, 1976
4811976
Size invariance in visual object priming.
I Biederman, EE Cooper
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 18 (1), 121, 1992
4561992
Evidence for complete translational and reflectional invariance in visual object priming
I Biederman, EE Cooper
Perception 20 (5), 585-593, 1991
4491991
Searching for objects in real-world scenes.
I Biederman, AL Glass, EW Stacy
Journal of experimental psychology 97 (1), 22, 1973
3681973
Perceptual pleasure and the brain: A novel theory explains why the brain craves information and seeks it through the senses
I Biederman, EA Vessel
American scientist 94 (3), 247-253, 2006
3602006
On the information extracted from a glance at a scene.
I Biederman, JC Rabinowitz, AL Glass, EW Stacy
Journal of experimental psychology 103 (3), 597, 1974
3591974
Visual object recognition
I Biederman
MIT press, 1995
3511995
Neurocomputational bases of object and face recognition
I Biederman, P Kalocsais
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 1997
2911997
Subliminal visual priming
M Bar, I Biederman
Psychological Science 9 (6), 464-468, 1998
2691998
dependent mechanisms in visual object recognition: Reply to Tarr and Bülthoff (1995).
I Biederman, PC Gerhardstein
American Psychological Association 21 (6), 1506, 1995
2351995
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