The Making of a Neuromorphic Visual System by Christoph Rasche
Arma virumque cano, Trojae qui primus ab oris Italiamfato profugus, Laviniaque venit litora. This is the beginning of Ovid's story about Odysseus leaving Trojay to find his way home. Here…
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Arma virumque cano, Trojae qui primus ab oris Italiamfato profugus, Laviniaque venit litora. This is the beginning of Ovid's story about Odysseus leaving Trojay to find his way home.
Here I am talking about my Odysee-like experiences when I tried to simulate visual recognition. Odyssey began with a structural description - a lure, and then continued to encode the region with the wave propagation and may continue with a mixture of several ways to distinguish shapes.
Although my journey is still on its way, I have made sufficient progress to highlight the essence of my approach and compare it with other vision systems. My intuition in leadership is that representations of the visual class must be loose in order to be able to adapt to the visual structurality within the classes and that these bulk representations are expressed in some way as nervous activity in the nervous system. I represent such bulk representations as a reason to experience visual illusions and cause many of those effects that have been discovered in regional experiments.
In my efforts to find such bulk distributions, I sometimes experimented with unforeseen experiences that forced me to constantly rethink my approach and to abandon some of my strong views at first.
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