This collection comprises the papers of Tarow Indow, professor of Cognitive Sciences and founding member of the Institute
for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences at the University of California, Irvine. Indow was an internationally known expert on
the human visual system and semantic memory. The collection primarily contains lecture notes, teaching materials, and reprints
of his scholarly articles. The materials reflect his research interests in mathematical models in visual space, color space,
and human memory.
Dr. Tarow Indow was an internationally known expert on the human visual system and semantic memory. His research, reported
in over 100 technical papers in major journals, covered geometric representations of visual space, formalisms of color space,
stochastic representations of semantic memory, and ability testing.
7.4 linear feet
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