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Models of human rod receptors and the ERG / Donald C. Hood and David G. Birch --
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Noise within the visible approach might be early / Denis G. Pelli --
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C • III Fig. 7 The weight adjustment network of model 2. The dotted lines show the original signal weighting network. Layer A shows the weights, which are multiplied by the input values in layer B and summed at layer C. Layer 1 has a spontaneous unit which has generated the signal in layer 2 (not shown here) that is entering on the input lines (unterminateti) on the far left. Layer 3 sends the error signal back to layer 4, which computes the product of the error and the input. Layer 5 adjusts the gain by the leaming rate.
The correct projective field is formed and is then dragged around to the other positions. When the learning rate is less than unity, the process does not copy from one place 31 The first two models have been previously described by Ahumada and Yellott (1989). That presentation also describes ways of speeding up the convergence of the matrix inversion calculation, while still maintaining one computational advantage of the method described here. its ability to take advantage of locality in the spread functions.
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Computational models of visual processing by Michael Landy, J. Anthony Movshon