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Spike to spike MT model and applications
© Escobar et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. 2007
- Published: 6 July 2007
- Animal Model
- Dynamic Behaviour
- Pattern Motion
- Video Sequence
- Receptive Field
We are interested in validating the behaviour of our model with:
Dynamic. The activation of MT cells is not constant in time, it suddenly increases when the motion direction is changed. We study the dynamical effects as described in .
Motion recognition. We will show how the spiking output of MT can be successfully used to recognize biological motion starting from real video sequences .
This work was partially supported by the EC IP project FP6-015879, FACETS and CONICYT Chile.
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