Neural computation of statistical structure
The present thesis comprises four distinct approaches to the problem of how the visual system encodes complex visual structure within the cerebral cortex. In the present context complexity refers to visual structure defined by spatial relationships (correlations) between multiple points (greater than 3) within an image (higher-order spatial correlations). Such spatial structure, for example corners or intersections, constitutes the visually meaningful elements of an image. While the encoding of...[Show more]
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