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Multistability is a system property. It refers to systems that are neither stable nor totally instable, but that alternate between two or more mutually exclusive states over time.

In vision science, multistable perception characterizes the wavering percepts that can be brought about by certain visually ambiguous pattern such as the Necker cube, monocular rivalry or binocular rivalry.

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