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Visual development in children aged 0 to 6 years

Anita Zimmermann, Keila Miriam Monteiro de Carvalho, Camila Atihe, Sara Martins Vieira Zimmermann, Valeriana Leme de Moura Ribeiro
2019 Arquivos Brasileiros de Oftalmologia  
Considering normal visual development and cognitive development, children up to age 18 months have similar vision to adults, and a fully developed visual system is perceived until the child becomes 10  ...  Observation: In this period, the child's vision is similar to that of an adult's, except for cognitive proportions and visual experiences.  ... 
doi:10.5935/0004-2749.20190034 pmid:31116299 fatcat:ztaybuczvvda3gisdnfuoa5jbu

Page 76 of Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Vol. 18, Issue 1 [page]

2006 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
«+ [a Incremental Exposure area ee Pre-Post test starting point secondary target ————— _limb vision on a eye hand - + limb vision on limb vision off limb vision on targ et eye limb vision off Journal  ...  The second aim of the study was to identify particular features (generalization, robustness, coordinate system) of this motor plasticity that would specifically depend on an automatic drive.  ... 

A Cognitive Vision System for Nuclear Fusion Device Monitoring [chapter]

Vincent Martin, Victor Moncada, Jean-Marcel Travere, Thierry Loarer, François Brémond, Guillaume Charpiat, Monique Thonnat
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We propose a cognitive vision-based system for the intelligent monitoring of tokamaks during plasma operation, based on multisensor data analysis and symbolic reasoning.  ...  This paper presents the developed system and its achievements on real data of the Tore Supra tokamak imaging system.  ...  The views and opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the European Commission. This work was also supported by the French Stimulus Plan 2009-2010.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-23968-7_17 fatcat:aqpa7tmcfndm7n4xmjeio6owum

Cognitive Aspects of Spatial Orientation

2018 Acta Polytechnica Hungarica  
We illustrate practical impact of emerging CogInfoCom methods on people with special needs, in particular, those with vision impairment.  ...  This manuscript focuses on cognitive aspects of spatial mental modeling.  ...  On the basis of properties of the human cognitive system, the impairments can be caused by issues of sensory sub-system (vision, hearing, smell, touch, and proprioception), issues of pre-processing system  ... 
doi:10.12700/aph.15.5.2018.5.9 fatcat:exzbokky2zd7nl5oaakhs52pru

Color Perception and Neural Encoding: Does Metameric Matching Entail a Loss of Information?

Gary Hatfield
1992 PSA Proceedings of the Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association  
But presumably, if detection of ripe fruit was a selective pressure on the development of color vision, the animals in question could already discriminate fruit on the basis of other surface-reflective  ...  Such a color system must be able to discriminate the surface reflectances of green plants from other reflectances.  ... 
doi:10.1086/psaprocbienmeetp.1992.1.192778 fatcat:sc25lz6pg5bf5eyowgmp6qofsy

Blended interaction

Hans-Christian Jetter, Raimund Dachselt, Harald Reiterer, Aaron Quigley, David Benyon, Michael Haller
2013 CHI '13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems on - CHI EA '13  
Our workshop will bring together leading experts in cognitive theories and post-WIMP designs and technologies to create this unified view of Blended Interaction in a multidisciplinary approach.  ...  advances constantly challenge existing designs, we believe that HCI should move beyond creating new technologies, single applications, and novel interaction techniques towards an overarching unified vision  ...  We want to achieve a productive and critical reflection on Blended Interaction by letting experts from different fields work on a shared vision and theory.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2468356.2479664 dblp:conf/chi/JetterDRQBH13 fatcat:277hd5js5bf3zpylvnzpvbx3hu

Theoretical Framework of Computer Cognition for Use in Urban Design Process

Marko Lazić, Ana Perišić, Predrag Šidjanin
2015 South East European Journal of Architecture and Design  
First, the development of computer systems used in architecture and urban design has been examined with the emphasis that one of the most important representations of urban systems is based on the cognitive  ...  AIM: The purpose of this paper is to highlight a new paradigm in the urban design practice, assigning a possible role to computer cognition in architecture.MATERIAL AND METHODS: Computer cognition is a  ...  On cognitive science and computation In order to understand the knowledge on cognitive aspect of the urban environment, it is necessary to introduce the basic theory of cognitive vision.  ... 
doi:10.3889/seejad.2015.10010 fatcat:2dt5t3llcbaa3jcx5auc4ex7ey

Vision and Cerebellum: Evaluating the Influence of Motor Control on Cognitive Execution through Multiscale Wavelet Entropy

Giacomo Veneri, Francesca Rosini, Alessandra Rufa
2012 International Journal of Brain and Cognitive Sciences  
The experimental evidence supports an indirect role of the cerebellum on cognitive performance due to noise feedback.  ...  Active vision integrates the information coming, through the retina, from the outside world with that generated internally by the brain, especially by eye movements (saccades).  ...  The optimal control vision, here described, could modulate the reward system [13] to minimize the effort on controlling movements."  ... 
doi:10.5923/j.ijbcs.20120102.01 fatcat:yoondftezfgafefiw6uvz4tali

Précis of "Cognitive penetrability and the epistemic role of perception"

Athanasios Raftopoulos
2020 Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia  
First, I discuss the epistemic impact of the indirect cognitive effects on early vision.  ...  One might insist that the indirect cognitive effects on early vision may highlight some information at the expense of others and this, arguably, may affect the epistemic role of early vision.  ... 
doi:10.4453/rifp.2020.0024 doaj:16f693655a9b41dba635aacffe52f2a4 fatcat:s3fc2thkczdhliztkurbk5ptje

Page 170 of Behavior Research Methods Vol. 11, Issue 2 [page]

1979 Behavior Research Methods  
Cognitive Psychology, 1975, 7, 65-81. Rayner. K. Visual attention in reading: Eye movements reflect cognitive processes. Memory & Cognition, 1977, 4. 443-448. Rayner. K.  ...  A computer system for processing eye-movement records. Behavior Research Methods Instrumentation, 1973, 5, 147-152. Loftus, G. R. Problems with on-line eye movement recoremg systems.  ... 

Learning to See Differently [chapter]

Eric Zeigler, Aaron Ellison
2022 Seeing across Disciplines: The Book of Selected Readings 2022  
Our work attempts to visualize the world beyond our vision — in the infrared and the ultraviolet.  ...  interactions with one another, and our interactions with them.  ...  On the one hand, understanding nonhuman senses and cognition are of interest (Bräuer et al., 2020) .  ... 
doi:10.52917/ivlatbsr.2022.022 fatcat:ugmgkg7jdbblnj3pyj2km6vzgq

New advances in visual computing for intelligent processing of visual media and augmented reality

JuHong Wang, SongHai Zhang, Ralph R. Martin
2015 Science China Technological Sciences  
them to build computational cognitive model based on human vision is becoming more important in visual computing research.  ...  the availability of 'Big Data', especially on the Internet, more and more intelligent systems are being built based on knowledge acquisition and learning. (3) Study of human cognitive mechanisms and using  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11431-015-5991-0 fatcat:pzcp4hlgwzh57m2mnbhb5vhqte

Deep learning and embodiment

Pietro Perconti, Alessio Plebe
2019 International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Cognition  
tasks, especially in vision.  ...  Some embodied cognitive scientists have argued that cognition based on action and bodily states is incommensurate with the standard representationalist and computational approach.  ...  The success is so resounding to stimulate some reflections on the relevance of deep models for cognitive science as a whole [50, 7] , or for the so-called "general" artificial intelligence [43, 45] .  ... 
dblp:conf/aic/PercontiP19 fatcat:5neo2xvq6zgs7cefp7wdmit34a

Digital Reflection: Simulating the Mirroring Effect

Ana C. Andres Del Valle, Javier Cano, Aboubkr Bekkali
2006 2006 International Conference on Image Processing  
As the problems of the genesis of concepts and the reconstruction of cognitive bonds that the concepts establish within the Proto-Indo-European world map are put into context the article focuses on the  ...  phenomenon of mirroring of cognitive bonds.  ...  LIGHT and DARK objects appear when vision is impaired. Metaphorically and reflect one another.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icip.2006.312673 dblp:conf/icip/ValleBB06 fatcat:ftjit5vadzfxncn4uavlxpw3la

Interactive Vision and Experimental Traditions: How to Frame the Relationship

Anna Estany
2013 Open Journal of Philosophy  
On the one hand, I consider the theoretical and experimental traditions; and on the other, I examine the views of pure and interactive vision.  ...  The two pairs belong to two independent debates; one in the philosophy of science (theoretical vs. experimental traditions) and the other in cognitive psychology (pure vs. interactive vision).  ...  particularly, on the relation between interactive vision and the motor system.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ojpp.2013.32046 fatcat:xaapyqenergwlk2sc47sabpeuq
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