Democratic Integration: Self-Organized Integration of Adaptive Cues

@article{Triesch2001DemocraticIS,
  title={Democratic Integration: Self-Organized Integration of Adaptive Cues},
  author={Jochen Triesch and Christoph von der Malsburg},
  journal={Neural Computation},
  year={2001},
  volume={13},
  pages={2049-2074}
}
Sensory integration or sensor fusionthe integration of information from different modalities, cues, or sensorsis among the most fundamental problems of perception in biological and artificial systems. We propose a new architecture for adaptively integrating different cues in a self-organized manner. In Democratic Integration different cues agree on a result, and each cue adapts toward the result agreed on. In particular, discordant cues are quickly suppressed and recalibrated, while cues having… CONTINUE READING
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