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Many previous studies have examined the ease with which two spatially adjacent textures can be segmented. Our goal is to examine the representational system that determines the appearance of isolated patches of visual texture. To this end, similarity judgments from three subjects were obtained for 20 artificial textures comprising filtered noise. Multidimensional scaling (MDS) revealed that three perceptual dimensions explain most of the variance in subjects' similarity judgments. In addition,doi:10.1016/s0042-6989(00)00307-2 pmid:11248263 fatcat:ypqgrvpsdnezfokbfzc7qyxt4a