T18_InvarObjRec_v2

Different images produce different population

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Unformatted text preview: images represented in neural populations? Different images produce different population responses Describing the invariance problem in populations of neurons 1) How are images represented in neural populations? Different images produce different population responses Describing the invariance problem in populations of neurons 1) How are images represented in neural populations? Population 2: neurons with big receptive fields (e.g. 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? Describing the invariance problem in populations of neurons V1 Neuron 2 By “response clouds” positioned in different places in the “neural space” A A IT Neuron 2 1) How are images represented in neural populations? B C Neuron 1 A B C A Neuron 1 Describing the invariance problem in populations of neurons Neuron 2 V1 A A IT Neuron 2 2) How does the brain “look down” on a population of neurons to recognize an object? B C Neuron 1 A B C A Neuron 1 Describing the invariance problem in populations of neurons Neuron 2 Linear “decision rules”: every time...
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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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