Detection of depth in binocular visual systems using Kuramoto models

@article{Wang2006DetectionOD,
  title={Detection of depth in binocular visual systems using Kuramoto models},
  author={Wenxue Wang and B. K. Ghosh},
  journal={2006 American Control Conference},
  year={2006},
  pages={6 pp.-}
}
Animals routinely rely on their eyes to localize fixed and moving targets especially with the goal of either avoiding or capturing them. Detection of position of targets in space is an important problem in such a localization process for the motor control circuit to actuate a successful movement. The purpose of this paper is to sketch a binocular visual system that includes image capturing, retinal projection, sparse representation and data fusion, multi-neural encoding in the cortex down to… CONTINUE READING

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