Cooperative and competitive interactions facilitate stereo computations in macaque primary visual cortex.

@article{Samonds2009CooperativeAC,
  title={Cooperative and competitive interactions facilitate stereo computations in macaque primary visual cortex.},
  author={Jason M. Samonds and Brian Potetz and Tai Sing Lee},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2009},
  volume={29 50},
  pages={15780-95}
}
Inferring depth from binocular disparities is a difficult problem for the visual system because local features in the left- and right-eye images must be matched correctly to solve this "stereo correspondence problem." Cortical architecture and computational studies suggest that lateral interactions among neurons could help resolve local uncertainty about disparity encoded in individual neurons by incorporating contextual constraints. We found that correlated activity among pairs of neurons in… CONTINUE READING

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