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2010) Synaptic and network mechanisms of sparse and reliable visual cortical activity during nonclassical receptive field stimulation.
It can be concluded that the introduction of local receptive field and stochastic pooling would help to accelerate the training of ELM.
Biological models in object recognition are based on the findings of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) of mammalian brain, process of images in receptive fields (VI) is more sensitive on bar-like structures [17].
The visual receptive field has originally been computed by a machine learning network, called the redial basis function (RBF) to estimate each parameter, which approximated a visual receptive field (e.
Learning principles of RFWR are alternative and powerful methods to accomplish incremental constructive learning based on local receptive fields, and its application on AWJ cutting process might be very interesting and useful.
Receptive fields, binocular interaction and functional architecture in the cat's visual cortex.
The only strategy that can lead to unambiguous results is electrophysiological recording from units in the receptive fields.
Vernon Mountcastle, a neurophysiologist at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, told SCIENCE NEWS there have been many past attempts to replace the receptive field model with another theory, "but this is the first one that is partly successful.
A cerebellar model neural network (CMNN) can be thought of as a learning mechanism imitating the cerebellum of a human being and possesses a non-fully connected perceptron-like associative memory network with overlapping receptive fields [26].
Adaptation of the motion-sensitive mechanisms decreases contrast sensitivity while preventing saturation of neural responses and preserving receptive field response properties (Harris et al.
2009) Septal neurons in barrel cortex derive their receptive field input from the lemniscal pathway.
This framework of a master map of target locations for perception as well as overt and covert orienting is a radical departure from the standard labeled-line model in which active neurons throughout the visual system specify the position of a target by virtue of their receptive field locations.