“Suppose you do an experiment with a number of observers and they all do some- thing different. You will probably not even dream of publishing such a result. It is evidently rubbish! Yet it may well be the case that all observers yield equivalent results modulo an ambiguity transformation. If that could be shown to be the case, then they would have identical responses in so far as these responses were causally related to the stimuli. ” on the multiple-visual-worlds problem, Multiple Visual Worlds Jan Koenderink

“Suppose you do an experiment with a number of observers and they all do some- thing different. You will probably not even dream of publishing such a result. It is evidently rubbish! Yet it may well be the case that all observers yield equivalent results modulo an ambiguity transformation. If that could be shown to be the case, then they would have identical responses in so far as these responses were causally related to the stimuli. “
 
on the multiple-visual-worlds problem,
Multiple Visual Worlds
Jan Koenderink

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