Object substitution masking and the object updating hypothesis

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Abstract The object updating hypothesis of object substitution masking proposes that the phenomenon arises when the visual system fails to individuate target and mask at the level of object token representations.Target—mask individuation is manipulated by the presentation of additional display items that influence the linking apparent motion seen between a target and a spatially separated mask (Experiment 1), and by the use of placeholders that maintain the target object’s presence during mask presentation (Experiment 2).Four-dot masking with a common onset mask was recently demonstrated in a fully attended and foveated target (Filmer, Mattingley & Dux, 2015).Here, we replicate and extend this finding by directly comparing a four-dot mask with an annulus mask while probing masking as a function of mask duration, and target-mask separation.

(Note that chance accuracy is 1/5 in this example because there are five different shapes and the observer task is to report the shape of one of them; the target).

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Object-substitution masking (OSM) is a unique paradigm for the examination of object updating processes.

Object-substitution masking; Object-updating; Consciousness Introduction A fundamental goal in the the optimal feature and its threshold value, a process of classification is employed.

The involved process of classification usually performs a hard decision (Viola and Jones, Rapid object detection ... In this paper, we extend Object tracking has been a challenge in computer vision.

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