What response properties do individual neurons need to underlie position and clutter "invariant" object recognition?

@article{Li2009WhatRP,
  title={What response properties do individual neurons need to underlie position and clutter "invariant" object recognition?},
  author={Nuo Li and David D. Cox and Davide Zoccolan and James J. DiCarlo},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={102 1},
  pages={360-76}
}
Primates can easily identify visual objects over large changes in retinal position--a property commonly referred to as position "invariance." This ability is widely assumed to depend on neurons in inferior temporal cortex (IT) that can respond selectively to isolated visual objects over similarly large ranges of retinal position. However, in the real world, objects rarely appear in isolation, and the interplay between position invariance and the representation of multiple objects (i.e., clutter… CONTINUE READING

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