Bio-inspired small target motion detector with a new lateral inhibition mechanism

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In nature, it is an important task for animals to detect small targets which move within cluttered background. In recent years, biologists have found that a class of neurons in the lobula complex, called STMDs (small target motion detectors) which have extreme selectivity for small targets moving within visual clutter. At the same time, some researchers… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/IJCNN.2016.7727824

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@article{Wang2016BioinspiredST, title={Bio-inspired small target motion detector with a new lateral inhibition mechanism}, author={Hongxin Wang and Jigen Peng and Shigang Yue}, journal={2016 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN)}, year={2016}, pages={4751-4758} }