Diffusion-enhancement bilayer: Realizing long-range apparent motion and spatiotemporal grouping in a neural architecture

@article{Cunningham1994DiffusionenhancementBR,
  title={Diffusion-enhancement bilayer: Realizing long-range apparent motion and spatiotemporal grouping in a neural architecture},
  author={Robert K. Cunningham and Allen M. Waxman},
  journal={Neural Networks},
  year={1994},
  volume={7},
  pages={895-924}
}
-Spatiotemporal grouping phenomena are examined in the context of static and time-vao,ing stimuli. Dynamics that exhibit static feature grouping on multiple scales as a function of time, and long-range apparent motion between time-varying visual, auditoo~, tactile, and multimodal inputs, art, developed for a diffusion-enhancement bilayer network. The architecture consists of a d(~tsion layer and a contrast-enhancement layer coupled by feedJorward and feedback connections: time-vao,ing input is… CONTINUE READING
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