percept

(pur´sept) the object perceived; the mental image of an object in space perceived by the senses.
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percept

[n] - the representation of what is perceived
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Percept

• (n.) That which is perceived.
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percept

perception 1 perceptual experience noun the representation of what is perceived; basic component in the formation of a concept
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Percept

[artificial intelligence] A percept is the input that an intelligent agent is perceiving at any given moment.{Page needed|date=August 2014} It is essentially the same concept as a percept in psychology, except that it is being perceived not by the brain but by the agent. A percept is detected by a sensor, often a camera, processed according...
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Percept

[information technology] A percept in the information technology industry is a term used in the pricing of data transfer. For example, rather than charging an individual (who is remotely retrieving data from say a weather sensor or a GPS device) by the size of the data, a company would charge that individual by the percept. Here a percept w...
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Percept

Per'cept noun [ From Latin percipere , perceptum .] That which is perceived. Sir W. Hamilton. « The modern discussion between percept and concept, the one sensuous, the other intellectual.» Max Müller.
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percept

1. That which is perceived; the complete mental image, formed by the process of perception, of an object or idea. ... 2. In clinical psychology, a single unit of perceptual report, such as one of the responses to an inkblot in the Rorschach test. ... Origin: L. Perceptum, a thing perceived ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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percept

Type: Term Pronunciation: per′sept Definitions: 1. That which is perceived; the complete mental image, formed by the process of perception, of an object or idea. 2. In clinical psychology, a single unit of perceptual report, such as one of the responses to an inkblot in the Rorschach test.
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