Edge Detection Model based on Involuntary Eye Movements of the Eye-retina System

@inproceedings{Resk2006EdgeDM,
  title={Edge Detection Model based on Involuntary Eye Movements of the Eye-retina System},
  author={Barna Resk{\'o} and Andr{\'a}s R{\'o}ka and {\'A}d{\'a}m B. Csap{\'o} and P{\'e}ter Baranyi},
  year={2006}
}
Recent results in retinal research have shown that ganglion receptive fields cover the mammalian retina in a mosaic arrangement with very small overlap. Classical biology inspired models of the retina performing image processing operations such as edge-detection, in contrast, by using convolution of a filter and the image, map overlapping input image regions to output signals. Without such an overlap, the output becomes a sparse sampling of the filtered output, which leads to the loss of… CONTINUE READING
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