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A notion of visual information is introduced as the complexity not of the raw images, but of the images after the effects of nuisance factors such as viewpoint and illumination are discounted. It is rooted in ideas of J. J. Gibson, and stands in contrast to traditional information as entropy or coding length of the data regardless of its use, and regardless of the nuisance factors affecting it. The non-invertibility of nuisances such as occlusion and quantization induces an "information gap"doi:10.1109/iccv.2009.5459468 dblp:conf/iccv/Soatto09 fatcat:24n2h3ukzjhd5l3erxwkn6cdr4