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Hierarchical models of object recognition in cortex
A new hierarchical model consistent with physiological data from inferotemporal cortex that accounts for this complex visual task and makes testable predictions is described.
Robust Object Recognition with Cortex-Like Mechanisms
- Thomas Serre, Lior Wolf, S. Bileschi, M. Riesenhuber, T. Poggio
- Computer ScienceIEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine…
- 1 March 2007
A hierarchical system that closely follows the organization of visual cortex and builds an increasingly complex and invariant feature representation by alternating between a template matching and a maximum pooling operation is described.
A Comparison of Primate Prefrontal and Inferior Temporal Cortices during Visual Categorization
- D. Freedman, M. Riesenhuber, T. Poggio, E. Miller
- Psychology, BiologyThe Journal of Neuroscience
- 15 June 2003
The ITC seems more involved in the analysis of currently viewed shapes, whereas the PFC showed stronger category signals, memory effects, and a greater tendency to encode information in terms of its behavioral meaning.
Categorical representation of visual stimuli in the primate prefrontal cortex.
The ability to group stimuli into meaningful categories is a fundamental cognitive process. To explore its neural basis, we trained monkeys to categorize computer-generated stimuli as "cats" and…
Models of object recognition
This work briefly review some recent trends in computational vision and then focuses on feedforward, view-based models that are supported by psychophysical and physiological data.
Categorization Training Results in Shape- and Category-Selective Human Neural Plasticity
Evaluation of a Shape-Based Model of Human Face Discrimination Using fMRI and Behavioral Techniques
Evidence for Highly Selective Neuronal Tuning to Whole Words in the “Visual Word Form Area”
A model of V4 shape selectivity and invariance.
- C. Cadieu, Minjoon Kouh, A. Pasupathy, C. Connor, M. Riesenhuber, T. Poggio
- BiologyJournal of neurophysiology
- 1 September 2007
A quantitative model of hierarchical processing is provided that provides a plausible mechanism for the translation-invariant shape representation observed in area V4 and points toward a possible canonical mechanism operating throughout the ventral pathway.