How do high-level specifications of the brain relate to variational approaches?

@article{Viville2007HowDH,
  title={How do high-level specifications of the brain relate to variational approaches?},
  author={Thierry Vi{\'e}ville and Sandrine Chemla and Pierre Kornprobst},
  journal={Journal of physiology, Paris},
  year={2007},
  volume={101 1-3},
  pages={118-35}
}
High-level specification of how the brain represents and categorizes the causes of its sensory input allows to link "what is to be done" (perceptual task) with "how to do it" (neural network calculation). In this article, we describe how the variational framework, which encountered a large success in modeling computer vision tasks, has some interesting relationships, at a mesoscopic scale, with computational neuroscience. We focus on cortical map computations such that "what is to be done" can… CONTINUE READING
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