Boundary Gestalt limits flow Gestalt The geometry of good continuation

Ohad Ben-Shahar, Steven W. Zucker

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Abstract

since it is the basis for many of the classical demonstrations. However these were
essentially one-dimensional, in the sense that they involved good continuation of curves
through (non—simple) crossing points rather than imposing discontinuities (Fig. 1 (top)).
However, many visual structures, such as optical flow [Gibson 1950] and oriented texture
[Kass, Witkin 1987; Ben—Shahar, Zucker 2003]
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)115-131
JournalVISUAL THOUGHT: THE DEPICTIVE SPACE OF PERCEPTION
Volume67
StatePublished - 2006

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