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 +====== Beyond Bouma's window: How to explain global aspects of crowding? ======
 +====  A. Doerig, A. Bornet, R. Rosenholtz, G. Francis, A. M. Clarke, M. H. Herzog ====
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 +===== Abstract =====
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 +In crowding, perception of an object deteriorates in the presence of nearby elements. Although crowding is a ubiquitous phenomenon, since elements are rarely seen in isolation, to date there exists no consensus on how to model it. Previous experiments showed that the global configuration of the entire stimulus must be taken into account. These findings rule out simple pooling or substitution models and favor models sensitive to global spatial aspects. In order to investigate how to incorporate global aspects into models, we tested a large number of models with a database of forty stimuli tailored for the global aspects of crowding. Our results show that incorporating grouping like components strongly improves model performance.
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 +===== Information =====
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 +title      : Beyond Bouma's window: How to explain global aspects of crowding?
 +authors    : A. Doerig, A. Bornet, R. Rosenholtz, G. Francis, A. M. Clarke, M. H. Herzog
 +citation   : PLOS Computational Biology
 +shortcite  : PLOS Computational Biology
 +year       : 2019
 +created_dt : 2019-11-18
 +summary_page : publications:beyondbouma
 +keyword_tags : rosenholtz, visstat, crowding, peripheral_vision
 +pdf_url    : https://journals.plos.org/ploscompbiol/article?id=10.1371/journal.pcbi.1006580
 +type       : publication
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