Publications and Presentations

  1. Katti H, Peleen MV and Arun SP (2019) Machine vision benefits from human contextual expectations, Scientific Reports, 9: 2112
  2. Ratan Murty NA & Arun SP (2018) Multiplicative mixing of object identity and image attributes in single inferior temporal neuronsPNAS, 115:E3276-85 
  3. Pramod RT & Arun SP (2018) Symmetric objects become special in perception due to generic computations in neurons. Psychological Science, 29:95-109. 
  4. Ratan Murty NA & Arun SP (2017) A Balanced Comparison of Object Invariances in Monkey IT NeuronseNeuro, 4(2) e0333-16.2017. 
  5. Ratan Murty NA & Arun SP (2017) Effect of silhouetting and inversion on view invariance in the monkey inferotemporal cortex,  Journal of Neurophysiology 118:353-362
  6. Ratan Murty NA & Arun SP (2017) Seeing a straight line on a curved surface: Decoupling of patterns from surfaces by single IT neuronsJournal of Neurophysiology 117: 104-116.
  7. Sunder S & Arun SP (2016) Look before you seek: Preview adds a fixed benefit to all searches. Journal of Vision, 16:1-17.
  8. Puneeth NC & Arun SP (2016) A neural substrate for object permanence in monkey inferotemporal cortexScientific Reports, 6:30808
  9. Pramod RT & Arun SP (2016) Do computational models differ systematically from human object perception? CVPR 2016
  10. Pramod RT & Arun SP (2016) Object attributes combine additively in visual searchJournal of Vision, 16(8):1-29.
  11. Zhivago KA & Arun SP (2016) Selective IT neurons are selective along many dimensionsJournal of Neurophysiology, 115: 1512-1520
  12. Ratan Murty NA & Arun SP (2015) Dynamics of 3d view invariance in monkey inferotemporal cortex.Journal of Neurophysiology, 113: 2180-94.
  13. Vighneshvel T & Arun SP (2015) Coding of relative size in monkey inferotemporal cortexJournal of Neurophysiology, 113: 2173-79.
  14. Zhivago KA & Arun SP (2014) Texture discriminability in monkey inferotemporal cortex predicts human texture perceptionJournal of Neurophysiology, 112: 2745-55.
  15. Pramod RT & Arun SP (2014) Features in visual search combine linearlyJournal of Vision 14(4):1-20.
  16. Vighneshvel T & Arun SP (2013) Does linear separability really matter? Complex search is explained by simple searchJournal of Vision, 13(11):10, 1-24.
  17. Mohan K & Arun SP (2012) Similarity relations in visual search predict rapid visual categorization. Journal of Vision, 12(11): 19.
  18. Arun SP (2012) Turning visual search time on its headVision Research, 74: 86-92.