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Computational modeling of the development of detailed facial representations along ventral pathway
© Eguchi and Stringer; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. 2014
- Published: 21 July 2014
- Facial Expression
- Neural Network Model
- Facial Feature
- Learning Rule
- Synaptic Connection
Experimental studies have shown that neurons at an intermediate stage of the primate ventral visual pathway encode the conformation and spatial relations of facial features , while neurons in the later stages are selective to the full face . In this study, we investigate how these cell firing properties may develop through visually-guided learning.
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