Part of Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 9 (NIPS 1996)
Emanuela Bricolo, Tomaso Poggio, Nikos K. Logothetis
In 1990 Poggio and Edelman proposed a view-based model of ob(cid:173) ject recognition that accounts for several psychophysical properties of certain recognition tasks. The model predicted the existence of view-tuned and view-invariant units, that were later found by Lo(cid:173) gothetis et al. (Logothetis et al., 1995) in IT cortex of monkeys trained with views of specific paperclip objects. The model, how(cid:173) ever, does not specify the inputs to the view-tuned units and their internal organization. In this paper we propose a model of these view-tuned units that is consistent with physiological data from single cell responses.