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In the computational theory of vision pioneered in the late 1970s by the English psychologist David Courtenay Marr (1945–80), the third and final representation (2), consisting of an abstract, object-centred three-dimensional representation enabling object recognition to occur, in contrast to the primitive primal sketch and the viewer-centred 2½-D sketch.

Subjects: Psychology.

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