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John Wilder
John Wilder
Research Associate, University of Toronto
Verified email at cs.toronto.edu
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Superordinate shape classification using natural shape statistics
J Wilder, J Feldman, M Singh
Cognition 119 (3), 325-340, 2011
622011
An integrated Bayesian approach to shape representation and perceptual organization
J Feldman, M Singh, E Briscoe, V Froyen, S Kim, J Wilder
Shape perception in human and computer vision, 55-70, 2013
402013
Attention during active visual tasks: Counting, pointing, or simply looking
JD Wilder, E Kowler, BS Schnitzer, TM Gersch, BA Dosher
Vision Research 49 (9), 1017-1031, 2009
372009
Local contour symmetry facilitates scene categorization
J Wilder, M Rezanejad, S Dickinson, K Siddiqi, A Jepson, DB Walther
Cognition 182, 307-317, 2019
322019
Scene categorization from contours: Medial axis based salience measures
M Rezanejad, G Downs, J Wilder, DB Walther, A Jepson, S Dickinson, ...
Proceedings of the IEEE/CVF Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern …, 2019
212019
The role of shape complexity in the detection of closed contours
J Wilder, J Feldman, M Singh
Vision research 126, 220-231, 2016
212016
Contour complexity and contour detection
J Wilder, J Feldman, M Singh
Journal of vision 15 (6), 6-6, 2015
142015
Mid-level feature contributions to category-specific gaze guidance
C Damiano, J Wilder, DB Walther
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 81 (1), 35-46, 2019
122019
Effects of Spatial Frequency Filtering Choices on the Perception of Filtered Images
S Perfetto, J Wilder, DB Walther
Vision 4 (2), 29, 2020
112020
Spatial relationships between contours impact rapid scene classification
J Wilder, S Dickinson, A Jepson, DB Walther
Journal of vision 18 (8), 1-1, 2018
112018
Shape from shading under inconsistent illumination
JD Wilder, WJ Adams, RF Murray
Journal of Vision 19 (6), 2-2, 2019
82019
Frequency tuning of shape perception revealed by classification image analysis
J Wilder, I Fruend, JH Elder
Journal of vision 18 (8), 9-9, 2018
72018
Where to draw the line?
H Sheng, J Wilder, DB Walther
PloS one 16 (11), e0258376, 2021
52021
Gestalt-based contour weights improve scene categorization by cnns
M Rezanejad, G Downs, J Wilder, DB Walther, A Jepson, S Dickinson, ...
Conference on Cognitive Computational Neuroscience (CCN 2019), 2019
52019
The role of local and global symmetry in pleasure, interest, and complexity judgments of natural scenes.
C Damiano, J Wilder, EY Zhou, DB Walther, J Wagemans
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 2021
22021
Measuring complexity of images using Multiscale Entropy
EY Zhou, C Damiano, J Wilder, DB Walther
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 96a-96a, 2019
22019
The perceptual advantage of symmetry for scene perception
J Wilder, M Rezanejad, S Dickinson, K Siddiqi, A Jepson, D Walther
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 1091-1091, 2017
12017
The role of symmetry in scene categorization by human observers
JD Wilder, M Rezanejad, S Dickinson, A Jepson, K Siddiqi, DB Walther
12017
Shape from shading under inconsistent lighting
J Wilder, R Murray
Journal of vision 15 (12), 969-969, 2015
12015
Saccadic timing is determined by both accumulated evidence and the passage of time
J Wilder, C Aitkin
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 753-753, 2014
12014
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