Interacting maps for fast visual interpretation

@article{Cook2011InteractingMF,
  title={Interacting maps for fast visual interpretation},
  author={Matthew Cook and Luca Gugelmann and Florian Jug and Christoph Krautz and Angelika Steger},
  journal={The 2011 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks},
  year={2011},
  pages={770-776}
}
Biological systems process visual input using a distributed representation, with different areas encoding different aspects of the visual interpretation. While current engineering habits tempt us to think of this processing in terms of a pipelined sequence of filters and other feed-forward processing stages, cortical anatomy suggests quite a different architecture, using strong recurrent connectivity between visual areas. Here we design a network to interpret input from a neuromorphic sensor by… CONTINUE READING
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