Local Applications of the Ecological Approach to Human-Machine Systems

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and physicists working together to build an interdisciplinary approach to perception. I specifically want to mention and thank C. J. Overbeeke, P. J. Stappers, O. A. van Nierop, R. Wormgoor, A. M. Willemen, G. W. H. A. Mansveld, H. Subroto, A. C. M. Blankendaal, and J. P. Claessen.

Furthermore, I want to thank Bill Gaver who was, in 1992, a visiting lecturer in Delft, and with whom I discussed this chapter in full detail. I really enjoyed those discussions.


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