AAAI Publications, Twenty-Third International FLAIRS Conference

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Primitive Capabilities for Visual Perception
Sudharsan R. Iyengar

Last modified: 2010-05-06


Visual perception is a phenomenon that has puzzled computational scientists for a long time now. Core mnemonics are needed to emulate human cognitive behavior. Mnemonics for aural perception have been developed and designed by the authors. These are used for formulating primitive natural language constructs and for automated musical compositions. We now propose and define fundamental mnemonics that form the basis for Visual Perception. These are a) Present, b) Aligned, c) Rotation, d) Link, and e) Combination, and f) Composition. We present our theory using points and linear arrangements.


Mnemonics, Visual Perception, Artificial Intelligence.

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