Leveraging Models of Human Reasoning to Identify EEG Electrodes in Images With Neural Networks

@article{Joshi2019LeveragingMO,
  title={Leveraging Models of Human Reasoning to Identify EEG Electrodes in Images With Neural Networks},
  author={Alark Joshi and Phan Luu and Don M. Tucker and Steven Duane Shofner},
  journal={Optoelectronics in Machine Vision-Based Theories and Applications},
  year={2019}
}
Humans have very little trouble recognizing discrete objects within a scene, but performing the same tasks using classical computer vision techniques can be counterintuitive. Humans, equipped with a visual cortex, perform much of this work below the level of consciousness, and by the time a human is conscious of a visual stimulus, the signal has already been processed by lower order brain regions and segmented into semantic regions. Convolutional neural networks are modeled loosely on the… Expand

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