Scene segmentation by spike synchronization in reciprocally connected visual areas. II. Global assemblies and synchronization on larger space and time scales

@article{Knoblauch2002SceneSB,
  title={Scene segmentation by spike synchronization in reciprocally connected visual areas. II. Global assemblies and synchronization on larger space and time scales},
  author={Andreas Knoblauch and G{\"u}nther Palm},
  journal={Biological Cybernetics},
  year={2002},
  volume={87},
  pages={168-184}
}
 We present further simulation results of the model of two reciprocally connected visual areas proposed in the first paper [Knoblauch and Palm (2002) Biol Cybern 87:151–167]. One area corresponds to the orientation–selective subsystem of the primary visual cortex, the other is modeled as an associative memory representing stimulus objects according to Hebbian learning. We examine the scene-segmentation capability of our model on larger time and space scales, and relate it to experimental… CONTINUE READING
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