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From Mathematical Image Analysis to Neurogeometry of the Brain

LADISLAV TAUC CONFERENCES & GDR MSPC NEUROSCIENCE Joint Meeting

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A predictive sequence is essential in resolving the aperture problem. (Top) In order to demonstrate that, I show in this sequence different apertures; for the aperture problem, motions are segregated (appear to be part of different objects) and still appear to be diagonal. (Right) However, if the same apertures are arranged in an order which is compatible with a predictive sequence, the horizontal motion appears as the most probable: prediction rotates the perception of the direction...

reference

  • Laurent Perrinet. Probabilistic models of the low-level visual system: the role of prediction in detecting motion, URL . In LADISLAV TAUC & GDR MSPC NEUROSCIENCES CONFERENCE, From Mathematical Image Analysis to Neurogeometry of the Brain, 2010 abstract.


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