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Chorayan O. G. , Kogan E. A.
A. Probabilistic measures of "slur" in image recognition processes.

Psychological study of recognition by a human subject of a visual image under conditions of progressive increase of the informational value of an incomplete, slurred, image has been used in order to calculate the "slurred probability" of subjects' choice-making and to find a measure of their alternative responses. It is suggested that there may be an analogy between real psychophysiological mechanisms and the image recognition model suggested by the authors on the basis of a combination of some elements of the theory of slurred sets and of slurred algorythms.