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In the field of perception, a scene is information that can flow from a physical environment into a perceptual system via sensory transduction. (For example, see Ruderman & Bialek 1994 or Geisler 2008.)
A perceptual system is designed to interpret scenes.
Examples of scenes include
- Ambiguous images
- Still images
- Binocular still images
- Moving images (movies)
- Binocular moving images (~3D movies)
- Sounds of a local environment (audio recordings)
- Tactile properties of a local environment.
- ↑ Ruderman, D. L., & Bialek, W. (1994). Statistics of Natural Images - Scaling in the Woods. Physical Review Letters, 73(6), 814-817.
- ↑ Geisler, William S. (2008), Visual perception and the statistical properties of natural scenes. Annual Review of Psychology 59:167-192. PDF
- ↑ Geisler, W.S., Perry, J.S. and Ing, A.D. (2008) Natural systems analysis. In: B. Rogowitz and T. Pappas (Eds.), Human Vision and Electronic Imaging. Proceedings SPIE, Vol 6806, 68060M
- ↑ Field, D. J. (1987). Relations between the statistics of natural images and the response properties of cortical cells. Journal of the Optical Society of America A 4, 2379-2394.