Learning invariant responses to the natural transformations of objects ’

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The primate visual system builds representations of objects which are invariant with respect to transforms such as translation, size, and eventually view, in a series of hierarchical cortical areas. To clarify how such a system might learn to recognise 'naturally' transformed objects, we are investigating a model of cortical visual processing which… (More)

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