A template theory to relate visual processing to digital circuitry
Simple stimulus patterns, in this case visual, are represented by spatio-temporal Boolean functions that can be summarized in a 4 x 4 look-up table of 16 templates behind each sensory neuron. These groups of templates correspond to groups of neurons in columns behind each receptor. They abstract specific combinations of input in simple combinations and include two successive states in time. A template is like a neuron field at threshold, and responds as the field is convolved with the stimulus...[Show more]
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