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Objects in 1 category Attic Bath mat Bedspread Cow Cutting board Desert Dish towel File organizer Goose Hay bale Headboard Kettle Keyboard Microphone Mountain pass Mouse Mouse pad Nightstand Oven Pan Podium Porch Projection screen Title Loaded From File Seagull Shower Shower curtain Soap dish Spotlight Stove Stove hood Toothbrush Objects in 9+ categories Bench Box Chair Clock Column Decoration Door Lamp Light Individual Plant Poster Rock Staircase Statue Table Tree Wall WindowObject pairs and groupsWhile the preceding statistics have examined relationships involving the scenes and single objects in them, it is also essential to examine the relationships between a number of objects within a scene. Waterfall 0.92 Branch 0.89 Stick 0.88 Leaves 0.85 Land 0.53 Bush 0.50 Path 0.37 River 0.33 Rock 0.31 Grass 0.31 Urban NaturalBathBedConf.Bath mat 1.00 Arch 0.Bedspread 1.Microphone Exit sign 1.00 0.Shower 1.Headboard 1.Podium 1.Frontiers in Psychology | Perception Science Oven 1.00 Pan 1.00 Stove 1.00 Stove hd 1.00 Dshwashr Blanket 0.97 0.54 Microwave Finish table 0.96 0.50 Utensils 0.92 Tv stand 0.50 Column 0.47 Chandelier 0.54 China htch 0.51 Crtn rod 0.48 Glass 0.35 Candle 0.35 Piacemat 0.55 Tile 0.37 Railing 0.34 Floor 0.Shwr crtn 1.Nightstand 1.Prjctn. scm Fire alarm Wine glass Kettle 1.00 0.84 0.78 1.Soap dish 1.Bed 0.Whiteboard Blltn board Napkin 0.73 0.52 0.Toothbrush Dresser 1.00 0.Trophy 0.Bath 0.Toy 0.Dsply case Alcove 0.52 0.Toilet 0.Carpet 0.Ashtray 0.Twl rck 0.Wardrobe 0.Wtr bottle 0.Soap 0.Pillow 0.Light swtch Wall 0.34 0.Tltppr 0.Blanket 0.Television stand 0.Diagnosticity could be the probability of a scene being inside a distinct category, given the presence of a certain object. Only objects with at least ten situations are incorporated in this table.Statistics of high-level scene contextOctober 2013 | Volume four | Article 777 |GreeneStatistics of high-level scene contextFIGURE 7 | A histogram of the number of basic-level scene categories in which every with the 617 objects is found. The majority of objects are connected with only a single or two categories.Table 6 | Objects with ten or more database instances identified in only scene category (left), and objects discovered in at the least nine of the 16 basic-level scene categories (right). Objects in 1 category Attic Bath mat Bedspread Cow Cutting board Desert Dish towel File organizer Goose Hay bale Headboard Kettle Keyboard Microphone Mountain pass Mouse Mouse pad Nightstand Oven Pan Podium Porch Projection screen Seagull Shower Shower curtain Soap dish Spotlight Stove Stove hood Toothbrush Objects in 9+ categories Bench Box Chair Clock Column Decoration Door Lamp Light Individual Plant Poster Rock Staircase Statue Table Tree Wall WindowObject pairs and groupsWhile the earlier statistics have examined relationships in between the scenes and single objects in them, it's also significant to examine the relationships involving many objects in a scene. Object co-occurrence has been shown to guide visual search in naturalistic scenes (Mack and Eckstein, 2011); interacting objects tend to be perceptually grouped (Green and Hummel, 2006); object interactions happen to be shown to boost activity in object-selective cortex (Kim and Biederman, 2010); and scene identity is usually predicted from pairs of objects in object-selective cortex (MacEvoy and Epstein, 2011).