How do bees learn and recognize visual patterns?

@article{Ronacher1998HowDB,
  title={How do bees learn and recognize visual patterns?},
  author={Bernhard Ronacher},
  journal={Biological Cybernetics},
  year={1998},
  volume={79},
  pages={477-485}
}
The basic task of perceptual systems is the recognition and localization of objects. The central nervous system has to solve these problems on the basis of the excitation patterns of sensory nerves, in spite of the fact that these provide only ambiguous information about objects. Two processing principles seem to be fundamental for an efficient formation of object representations: the extraction of characteristic features and the ability to assess similarities between different objects. This… CONTINUE READING
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