2002
DOI: 10.1145/569005.569015
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Abstract: ABSTRACTOne of the more compelling beliefs about vision is that it i s based on representations that are coherent and complete, with everything in the visual field described in great detail. However, changes made during a visual disturbance are found to be difficult to see, arguing against the idea that our brains contain a detailed, picture-like representation of the scene. Instead, it is argued here that a more dynamic, just-in-time representation is involved, one with deep similarities to the way that user…

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