The First International Workshop on Computational Models of the Visual Cortex: Hierarchies, Layers, Sparsity, Saliency and Attention

December 2–4, 2015 | New York City, New York, United States
##A Deconvolutional Strategy for Implementing Large Patch Sizes Supports Improved Image Classification
 
Xinhua Zhang University of New Mexico
Garrett Kenyon Los Alamos National Laboratory
 
##Towards a mesoscopic-level canonical circuit definition for visual cortical processing
 
Georg Layher Institute of Neural Information Processing | Ulm University georg.layher@uni-ulm.de
Tobias Brosch Institute of Neural Information Processing | Ulm University tobias.brosch@uni-ulm.de
Heiko Neumann Institute of Neural Information Processing | Ulm University
 
##Comparing the brainʼs representation of shape to that of a deep convolutional neural network
 
Dean Pospisil University of Washington
Anitha Pasupathy University of Washington
Wyeth Bair University of Washington
 
##A Study of the Role of the Maintained-Discharge Parameter in the Divisive Normalization Model of V1 Neurons
 
Tadamasa Sawada Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia
Alexander A. Petrov Ohio State University, USA
 
##Learning Abstract Classes using Deep Learning
 
Sebastian Stabinger University of Innsbruck
Antonio Rodríguez-Sánchez University of Innsbruck
Justus Piater University of Innsbruck
 
 
##A Deconvolutional Competitive Algorithm for Building Sparse Hierarchical Representations
 
Dylan M Paiton Vision Science Graduate Group, University of California, Berkeley
Sheng Y Lundquist Computer Science Department, Portland State University
William B Shainin The New Mexico Consortium
Xinhua Zhang The University of New Mexico
Peter F Schultz The New Mexico Consortium
Garrett T Kenyon Los Alamos National Laboratory
 
##Event-based optical flow on neuromorphic hardware
 
Tobias Brosch Institute of Neural Information Processing | Ulm University
Heiko Neumann Institute of Neural Information Processing | Ulm University
 
##Spatial scale of correlated signals in 7T BOLD imaging
 
Andrew John Parker University of Oxford
Holly Bridge University of Oxford
Gaelle Coullon
 
##Changes in variance of neuronal signals may be perceptually relevant for stereo vision
 
Nela Cicmil University of Oxford
Andrew John Parker University of Oxford
Kristine Krug University of Oxford
 
##Propagating Waves as a Cortical Mechanism of Direction-Selectivity in V1 Motion Cells
 
Stewart Heitmann University of Pittsburgh
Bard Ermentrout University of Pittsburgh