Visual homing using an associative memory

@article{Nelson1991VisualHU,
  title={Visual homing using an associative memory},
  author={R. C. Nelson},
  journal={Biological Cybernetics},
  year={1991},
  volume={65},
  pages={281-291}
}
Homing is the process by which an autonomous system guides itself to a particular location on the basis of sensory input. In this paper, a method of visual homing using an associative memory based on a simple pattern classifier is described. Homing is accomplished without the use of an explicit world model by utilizing direct associations between learned visual patterns and system motor commands. The method is analyzed in terms of a pattern space and conditions obtained that allow the system… CONTINUE READING

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