L5-BinocularRivalry

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Unformatted text preview: are merely sampling from our posterior as in MCMC. Nick Jones Sampling and the Brain: Inference, Control and Driving Plan + Rivalry We’ll cover: 1 Binocular rivalry 2 The model 3 Implementation tips If we are presented with different images to our left eye xL and to our right eye xR then what image s do we perceive? Nick Jones Sampling and the Brain: Inference, Control and Driving Images and Perceptions If we are presented with different images to our left eye xL and to our right eye xR then what image s do we perceive? In practice you appear to see the image from one eye dominating for a while and then flipping to the other eye. Each image has N binary pixels and x i ∈ {0, 1} where i ∈ {L, R }. We suppose that our perception of the nth pixel of the image is a L R linear combination sn = wn xn − (1 − wn )xn ....
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