Brain Learning and Recognition: The Large and the Small of It in Inferotemporal Cortex
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Anterior inferotemporal cortex (ITa) plays a key role in visual object recognition. Recognition is tolerant to object position, size, and view changes, yet recent neurophysiological data show ITa cells with high object selectivity often have low position tolerance, and vice versa. A neural model learns to simulate both this tradeoff and ITa responses to image morphs using large-scale and small-scale IT cells whose population properties may support invariant recognition.
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