Matching Coding to Scenes to Enhance Efficiency

@inproceedings{Laughlin1983MatchingCT,
  title={Matching Coding to Scenes to Enhance Efficiency},
  author={Simon Laughlin},
  year={1983}
}
The father of the digital computer, J. VON NEUMANN, raised the problem of constructing a reliable brain from unreliable nerve cells [1]. One solution is to code the same information in many parallel channels, but a second possibility is to use the individual nerve cells as efficiently as possible by coding information in ways that minimise their faults. A first step towards efficiency is the elimination of redundancy from the incoming data [2,3,4,5,6] and a second is to code the essential… CONTINUE READING

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