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This paper presents a model of 3D object recognition motivated from the robust properties of human vision system (HVS). The HVS shows the best efficiency and robustness for an object identification task. The robust properties of the HVS are visual attention, contrast mechanism, feature binding, multi-resolution, size tuning, and part-based representation. In addition, bottom-up and top-down information are combined cooperatively. Based on these facts, a plausible computational model integratingdoi:10.1007/s10044-005-0001-y fatcat:zt6q54j665d47pc4lpl5kwmyay