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5.0 von 5 Sternen A MUST HAVE for researchers of human or machine vision!, 13. Januar 2000
Von Ein Kunde
This book has quickly become a classic since its publication in 1982. It offers an innovative theoretical approach to explain what it means when we say that we "see" something. Due to Marr's particular interests, his approach also offers, to those interested in creating machine vision that mimics human vision, potential algorithms for doing so. His breadth and depth of knowledge in mathematics, psychology, neurophysiology, and engineering allowed him to integrate the fields in a way never done before. His untimely death was a tragic loss for us all. Although this book may be a bit difficult to understand for the typical psychology student studying human visual perception, it really belongs on his/her shelf. I agree with Marr in his statement that ignorance of the necessary mathematics is inexcusable. For the typical mathematics or engineering student, the book will probably read fairly easily. Although I represent the typical psychology graduate student, it's apparent from my exchanges with my computer science friends working in artificial intelligence that the theories in this book are very well accepted in their academic circles as well.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen this is an incredible book!, 29. Juni 2000
Von Ein Kunde
It is quite true: this is probably the best book on vision ever published. David Marr combined an incredible depth and width of knowledge in all neccessary fields (psychology, biology, mathematics, computer science) into this book. You will need some background in mathematics before you can fully appreciate Marr's theories. (Notably Fourier transforms) The most important thing about this book is that it represents ONE paradigm to solve problems of perception, and proves that this paradigm works in a number of cases. Unfortunately, David Marr did not live long enough to implement his paradigm in all aspects of vision. Had he still been alive, we would be looking at a much more unified field of vision research today.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen The best book in vision among those published until now, 23. August 1998
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I have been shocked three times after reading chapter one only of this book three years ago when I firstly contacted genius David Marr in my mind. It was because of i) his comprehensive understanding about human visual perception, ii) he was undoubtly young on the contrary to his comprehensiveness, and iii) regretfully he had gone young at his vital age. Until now, it is hard for me to deny his influences in directing my studies in vision. Don't say about vision before reading this book ! This is the best book in vision among those published until now at least in my sight.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Basics + technical details --> very good book about perception!!!, 22. Juli 2011
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I used Marr's book for a paper on the limitedness (and indirect relation to reality) of visual perception. Very useful source..!
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