Temporal slowness as an unsupervised learning principle : self-organization of complex-cell receptive fields and application to pattern recognition

@inproceedings{DISSERTATIO2006TemporalSA,
  title={Temporal slowness as an unsupervised learning principle : self-organization of complex-cell receptive fields and application to pattern recognition},
  author={N DISSERTATIO and J{\"u}rgen Mlynek and Thomas J. Buckhout and Laurenz Wiskott and Peter K{\"o}nig and Andreas Herz and Samuel Glauser and Aki Naito and Christian Petereit and Roland Schaette and Susanne Schreiber and Raphael Ritz},
  year={2006}
}
II Acknowledgments I am aware that this work would not have been possible without the help of many people, to which I am greatly indebted. My first thought goes to my advisor, Laurenz Wiskott, whose mathematical intuition never ceased to amaze me. In these years he taught me too many things to mention, mostly by his example, and I am extremely grateful for this. I hope I will be able to work with you again, sometime in the future. Tobias Blaschke was already working in Laurenz' group when I… CONTINUE READING

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