Visual object recognition is a difficult problem that has been solved by biological visual systems. An approach to object recognition is described in which the image is segmented into parts using two simple, biologically-plausible mechanisms: a filtering operation to produce a large set of potential object “parts,” followed by a new type of network that searches among these part hypotheses to produce the simplest, most likely description of the image's part structure.

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