Computational role of eccentricity dependent cortical magnification

@article{Poggio2014ComputationalRO,
  title={Computational role of eccentricity dependent cortical magnification},
  author={Tomaso A. Poggio and Jim Mutch and Leyla Isik},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1406.1770}
}
We develop a sampling extension of M-theory focused on invariance to scale and translation. Quite surprisingly, the theory predicts an architecture of early vision with increasing receptive field sizes and a high resolution fovea – in agreement with data about the cortical magnification factor, V1 and the retina. From the slope of the inverse of the magnification factor, M-theory predicts a cortical “fovea” in V1 in the order of 40 by 40 basic units at each receptive field size – corresponding… CONTINUE READING
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