Visual processing with minimal recognizable configurations

Visual processing with minimal recognizable configurations
Visual processing with minimal recognizable configurations

We are studying human visual processing using image patches that are minimal recognizable configurations (MiRC) of larger images. Although they represent only a small portion of the image, the majority of people can recognize MiRC images, while any cropping or down-sampling severely hurts recognition performance.

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