T18_InvarObjRec_v2

Describing the invariance problem in populations of

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Unformatted text preview: e neural pattern produced by a population of neurons V2 V4 V1 pIT IT stimulus ? frog! ... V1 V2 V4 pIT IT Describing the invariance problem in populations of neurons 1) How are images represented in neural populations? Describing the invariance problem in populations of neurons 1) How are images represented in neural populations? Population 1: neurons with small receptive fields (e.g. V1) Describing the invariance problem in populations of neurons 1) How are images represented in neural populations? The response vector lives in a very high dimensional space, but we can look at it in two dimensions by plotting the number of spikes produced by neurons 1 & 2 Response vector - the neural (population) response to a single image on a single trial Describing the invariance problem in populations of neurons 1) How are images represented in neural populations? Response cloud - the neural (population) response to a single image on multiple trials Describing the invariance problem in populations of neurons 1) How are...
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2013 for the course BBB 217 taught by Professor Nicolerust during the Spring '12 term at UPenn.

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