An elaborated model of fly small-target tracking

@article{Higgins2004AnEM,
  title={An elaborated model of fly small-target tracking},
  author={Charles M. Higgins and Vivek Pant},
  journal={Biological Cybernetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={91},
  pages={417-428}
}
Flies have the capability to visually track small moving targets, even across cluttered backgrounds. Previous computational models, based on figure detection (FD) cells identified in the fly, have suggested how this may be accomplished at a neuronal level based on information about relative motion between the target and the background. We experimented with the use of this “small-field system model” for the tracking of small moving targets by a simulated fly in a cluttered environment and… CONTINUE READING
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