Definition of Percept. Meaning of Percept. Synonyms of Percept

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Percept. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Percept and, of course, Percept synonyms and on the right images related to the word Percept.

Definition of Percept

Percept
Percept Per"cept, n. [From L. percipere, perceptum.] That which is perceived. --Sir W. Hamilton. The modern discussion between percept and concept, the one sensuous, the other intellectual. --Max M["u]ller.

Meaning of Percept from wikipedia

- translated into a percept and rarely does a single stimulus translate into a percept. An ambiguous stimulus may be translated into multiple percepts, experienced...
- Percept may refer to: Percept (psychology) – a stimulus of perception Percept (artificial intelligence) – the input that an intelligent agent is perceiving...
- A percept is the input that an intelligent agent is perceiving at any given moment. It is essentially the same concept as a percept in psychology, except...
- program agent, instead, maps every possible percept to an action[citation needed]. We use the term percept to refer to the agent's perceptional inputs...
- Percept Picture Company is an Indian film production company, established in 2002 and a division of Percept Limited, an entertainment, media and communications...
- of neuronal events and mechanisms sufficient for a specific conscious percept. Neuroscientists use empirical approaches to discover neural correlates...
- (1990). "Self-report of right-left confusion in college men and women". Percept mot Skills. 70 (2): 451–7. doi:10.2466/pms.1990.70.2.451. PMID 2342844...
- The (illusory) percepts that can be evoked range from simple phosphenes (detections of lights in the visual field) to high-level percepts. In a single-case...
- Indian Hindi film written and directed by Nagesh ****unoor, and produced by Percept Picture Company and T-Series. It stars John Abraham and Sonal Sehgal in...
- test of the Finno-Ugrian Suicide Hypothesis in the United States" (PDF). Percept Mot Skills. 103 (2): 543–50. doi:10.2466/pms.103.2.543-550. PMID 17165419...
Loading...