Tilt Aftereffects in the RF-LISSOM Model
Active from 1996 - 2000
If self-organizing processes continue operating on the adult RF-LISSOM structure, tilt aftereffects can be modeled as a result of adapting lateral inhibition and re-normalization. Simulations show that the model can account for both the direct (small angle) and indirect (large angle) effects, while providing a clear computational role for both. This represents an important link between conscious perception and low-level, short-term synaptic plasticity.
James A. Bednar Postdoctoral Alumni jbednar [at] inf ed ac uk
Tilt Aftereffects In A Self-Organizing Model Of The Primary Visual Cortex James A. Bednar and Risto Miikkulainen Neural Computation, 12:1721-1740, 2000. 2000

Tilt Aftereffects in a Self-Organizing Model of the Primary Visual Cortex James A. Bednar Masters Thesis, Department of Computer Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, 1997... 1997

LISSOM

The LISSOM package contains the C++, Python, and Scheme source code and examples for training and testing firing-rate...

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