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Object Categorization at the Higher Levels Do with More Neurons than Finer Levels and Takes Faster
Humans can categorize an object in three ways. For example, a car can be categorized as vehicles (superordinate), ground vehicles (basic), or cars (subordinate). Different semantic levels of categorization are referred to these three categorization modes. There are different speeds and accuracies for a similar object in the classification of these levels. However, much research has been done in this context, the trend of these levels is still questionable as to the accuracy and reaction timedoi:10.1109/access.2020.2966507 fatcat:ok7wbyd33bhypcwbznuovbrv4q