neural networks research group
Active from 2005 - 2007
The trichromatic LISSOM project extends the monochromatic LISSOM research to include biologically inspired three-color retinas and create color-selective regions in the primary and secondary visual cortex.
Judah De Paula
Ph.D. Student (Alumni)
Modeling the self-organization of color selectivity in the visual cortex
Judah Ben De Paula
PhD Thesis, Department of Computer Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, 2007.
Converting RGB Images to LMS Cone Activations
Judah B. De Paula
Technical Report, Department of Computer Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 2006. Technica...
Self-organization of color opponent receptive fields and laterally connected orientation maps
James A. Bednar, Judah B. De Paula, and Risto Miikkulainen
, 65--66:69-76, 2005.
Modeling Cortical Maps with Topographica
James A. Bednar, Yoonsuck Choe, Judah De Paula, Risto Miikkulainen, Jefferson Provost, and Tal Tvers...
Computational Neuroscience: Trends in Research, 2004
, 1129-1135, 2004.
Austin Arboretum Foliage Corpus
Photographs for use with color modeling work taken by Judah De Paula at the Austin Arboretum. Images contain mostly leav...
De Paula dissertation support files
The trichromatic LISSOM simulations and support scripts used to generate the data presented in the De Paula dissertation...
Flowers Color Image Corpus
Photographs for use with color modeling work taken by Judah De Paula at the Austin Arboretum. Images contain mostly clos...
Python code to convert RGB images to simulated Long, Medium, and Short photoreceptor cone activations. The program also...