Visual Cognition

In the  visual cognition, high-level vision, mid-level vision and top-down processing  refers to decision-based scene analyses and combines prior knowledge with retinal input to create representations. This is the method by which the brain gets visual information and thus  it process information and its ability to recognize one's visual misconceptions and fufils the efforts to merge the knowledge gaps.
  • Track 1-1 Scene Categorization
  • Track 2-2 Visual Recognition
  • Track 3-3 Electrophysiology

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