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Explorations in computing motion and their implications for motion processing in monkey and man.
If you have a question about this talk, please contact John Mollon.
The host for this talk is Andrew Welchman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
There are a number of observations that do not fit neatly into the common “back pocket” model of primate motion processing. Space-time receptive fields are not ideal speed-tuned motion detectors. In addition, although some neurons are tuned for speed, some speed-coded neurons monotonically reduce their firing rate with speed and some monotonically increase their firing rate. Paradoxically, some neurons respond well to plaids but not to gratings. A unified model of motion processing of 1D and 2D pattern will be described that computes image velocity and also attempts to accommodate these findings.
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