By A. Aertsen, V. Braitenberg
The current selection of papers specializes in the topic of imaginative and prescient. The papers collect new insights and proof from a variety of branches of experimental and theoretical neuroscience. The experimental evidence provided within the quantity stem from disparate fields, similar to neuroanatomy, electrophysiology, optical imaging and psychophysics. The theoretical versions partly are unsophisticated, but nonetheless inspiring, whereas others skilfully observe complicated mathematical reasoning to result of experimental measurements. The booklet is the 5th in a sequence of volumes meaning to outline a conception of the mind by way of bringing jointly formal reasoning and experimental evidence. The reader is hence being brought to a brand new type of mind technological know-how, the place proof and concept are starting to mixture jointly.
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In each stimulus condition (A-C) the contour was moved over the response field. The dot-displays show the responses to 24 motion cycles (frequency: 1 Hz), those in the forth sweep in the left, and those in the back sweep in the right half of the display. The responses were recorded in blocks of 8 motion cycles in an interleaved, pseudorandom order. Each dot marks an action potential, the figures represent mean numbers per motion cycle. The spontaneous activity was zero (D). (Reproduced with permission from Ref.
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2B, C (a detailed description of the responses to such stimuli are given in Refs. 7 and 8), and occluding-contour stimuli as shown in Fig. 3A-D. In human observers the occluding-contour stimuli induced the perception of opaque, bright (or dark) rectangles bounded by illusory contours. Typically, we used moving stimuli which were perceived as rectangular tongues sliding back and forth over a grating texture. The width of the grating lines was 1-9 min arc, the line spacing 6-28 min arc. As shown in Fig.
Brain Theory - Biological Basis and Computational Principles by A. Aertsen, V. Braitenberg