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Table of contents

Preface (Read Me First)
  1. Introduction

    Risto Miikkulainen and Joseph Sirosh

  2. The Pattern and Functional Significance of Long-Range Interactions in Human Visual Cortex

    Uri Polat, Anthony M. Norcia, and Dov Sagi

  3. Recurrent Inhibition and Clustered Connectivity as a Basis for Gabor-like Receptive Fields in the Visual Cortex

    Silvio P. Sabatini

  4. Variable Gain Control in Local Cortical Circuitry Supports Context-Dependent Modulation by Long-Range Connections

    David C. Somers, Louis J. Toth, Emanuel Todorov, S. Chenchal Rao, Dae-Shik Kim, Sacha B. Nelson, Athanassios G. Siapas, and Mriganka Sur

  5. The Role of Lateral Connections in Visual Cortex: Dynamics and Information Processing

    Marius Usher, Martin Stemmler, and Ernst Niebur

  6. Synchronous Oscillations Based on Lateral Connections

    DeLiang Wang

  7. A Basis for Long-Range Inhibition Across Cortex

    John G. Taylor and Farrukh N. Alavi

  8. Self-Organization of Orientation Maps, Lateral Connections, and Dynamic Receptive Fields in the Primary Visual Cortex

    Joseph Sirosh, Risto Miikkulainen, and James A. Bednar

  9. Associative Decorrelation Dynamics in Visual Cortex

    Dawei W. Dong

  10. A Self-Organizing Neural Network That Learns to Detect and Represent Visual Depth from Occlusion Events

    Jonathan A. Marshall and Richard Alley

  11. Face Recognition by Dynamic Link Matching

    Laurenz Wiskott and Christoph von der Malsburg

  12. Why Have Lateral Connections in the Visual Cortex?

    S h i m o n E d e l m a n

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