Visual Scene Representations: Contrast, Scaling and Occlusion

We study the structure of representations, defined as approximations of minimal sufficient statistics that are maximal invariants to nuisance factors, for visual data subject to scaling and occlusion of line-of-sight. We derive analytical expressions for such representations and show that, under certain restrictive assumptions, they are related to features commonly in use in the computer vision community... (read more)

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