Shifter circuits: a computational strategy for dynamic aspects of visual processing.

  title={Shifter circuits: a computational strategy for dynamic aspects of visual processing.},
  author={Charles H. Anderson and David C Van Essen},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  volume={84 17},
We propose a general strategy for dynamic control of information flow between arrays of neurons at different levels of the visual pathway, starting in the lateral geniculate nucleus and the geniculorecipient layers of cortical area V1. This strategy can be used for resolving computational problems arising in the domains of stereopsis, directed visual attention, and the perception of moving images. In each of these situations, some means of dynamically controlling how retinal outputs map onto… CONTINUE READING


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