Visual perception of spatial layout:  theoretical & computational analyses

Articles and chapters:     

Sedgwick, H. A.  Environment‑centered representation of spatial layout.  In J. Beck, B. Hope, & A. Rosenfeld (Eds.), Human and Machine Vision. New York: Academic Press, 1983.

Sedgwick, H. A.  Visual Modes of Spatial Orientation.  In M. Potegal (Ed.), Spatial Abilities:  Development and Physiological Foundations.  New York: Academic Press, 1982.

Proceedings and abstracts:

Sedgwick, H. A. Alhazen's "ground theory" of distance perception.  Perception, 2001, 30 Supplement, 100.

Sedgwick, H. A. "Combining multiple forms of visual information to specify contact relations in spatial layout", in Paul S. Schenker (Ed.) Sensor Fusion II: Human and Machine Strategies, SPIE Proceedings, vol. 1198, 1989, 447-458.

Sedgwick, H. A.  An expert system approach to the ecological optics of spatial layout.  Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Event Perception and Action, Trieste, Italy, August 24‑28, 1987.

Sedgwick, H. A.  Layout2:  A production system modeling visual perspective information.  Proceedings of the IEEE First International Conference on Computer Vision, London, England, June 8‑11, 1987.

Sedgwick, H. A.  A production system modeling high‑level visual perspective information for spatial layout.  Technical Report No. 298, New York University Department of Computer Science, 1987.

PhD dissertation:

Sedgwick, H. A.  The visible horizon:  A potential source of visual information for the perception of size and distance (Doctoral dissertation, Cornell University, 1973).  Dissertation Abstracts International, 1973, 34, 1301B‑1302B. (University Microfilms No. 73‑22,530).