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grouping

[′grüp·iŋ]
(communications)
Periodic error in the spacing of recorded lines in a facsimile system.

Grouping

Arrangement of the major architectural forms of a building; such as a main structure plus its wings, or the arrangement of elements on the facade.
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The style reduction method did not apply any known perceptual grouping principle because the highlighted symbols did not share any common visual similarity indicator, except for a higher degree of saliency produced by an extreme case of saturation (colorful vs.
As to the efficiency of the leader line, our results are in line with the results from the repetition discrimination task performed by Palmer and Beck (Beck and Palmer 2002; Palmer and Beck 2007), which suggests that line connectedness is a weaker grouping principle than intrinsic grouping principles.
Grouping principles have been defined in 1923 by the Gestalt psychologist Wertheimer.