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Human & Computer Perception.
The first 200 words of this essay...
Human & Computer Perception: Cw1
A Computer May Have the Capabilities to Sense Its World
But Unlike A Human It Does Not Perceive It.
...the true heart of visual perception is the
inference from the structure of an image
about the structure of the real world outside.
The theory of vision is exactly the theory of
how to do this, and its central concern is with
the physical constraints and assumptions that
make this inference possible.
Vision is the main theme of the following essay, including an outline of some of the human visual systems' workings, as well as an explanation of the attempts to reproduce these faculties by way of computational models. Also to be considered are the meaning & difference of the terms sense & perception, with respect to visual perception & computer vision. Following this the statement from the title will be considered.
Sensation & Perception; what's the difference?
Briefly, sense is the faculty of receiving sensation, a part of subjective consciousness. Perception is the action of perceiving; which is to become aware of, through the senses. It could
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