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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We describe a method for computing the likelihood that a completion joining two contour fragments passes through any given position and orientation in the image plane, that is, a method for completing the boundaries of partially occluded objects. Like computations in primary visual cortex (and unlike all previous models of contour completion in the human visual system), our computation is Euclidean invariant. This invariance is achieved in a biologically plausible manner by representing thedoi:10.1007/3-540-45053-x_7 fatcat:3lm5css2lnevzkqe2kd7dhg34m