Efficient coding hypothesis
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The efficient coding hypothesis assumes that biological sensory systems use neural codes that are optimized to best possibly… (More)
According to the theory of efficient coding, sensory systems are adapted to represent natural scenes with high fidelity and at… (More)
The Efficient Coding Hypothesis, suggests that sensory relays recode sensory messages, so that their redundancy is reduced, but… (More)
The efficient coding hypothesis posits that sensory systems maximize information transmitted to the brain about the environment… (More)
This paper proposes a novel bottom-up saliency model based on the mechanism of the early vision system. A relationship between… (More)
- Front. Comput. Neurosci.
To date a number of studies have shown that receptive field shapes of early sensory neurons can be reproduced by optimizing… (More)
Ohshiro, Hussain, and Weliky (2011) recently showed that ferrets reared with exposure to flickering spot stimuli, in the absence… (More)
The efficient coding hypothesis asserts that sensory systems evolved to maximize information transmitted to the brain about the… (More)
The conventional approach in computational neuroscience in favor of the efficient coding hypothesis goes from image statistics to… (More)
Efficient coding hypothesis provides a quantitative relationship between environmental statistics and neural processing. In this… (More)