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Categorization of natural scenes: local vs. global information
Understanding the robustness and rapidness of human scene categorization has been a focus of investigation in the cognitive sciences over the last decades. At the same time, progress in the area of image understanding has prompted computer vision researchers to design computational systems that are capable of automatic scene categorization. Despite these efforts, a framework describing the processes underlying human scene categorization that would enable efficient computer vision systems isdoi:10.26041/fhnw-2084 fatcat:mg5ghjoinraavj2n7rhwnbehym