Discovering Structure from Motion in Monkey, Man and Machine

Part of Neural Information Processing Systems 0 (NIPS 1987)

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Ralph Siegel


The ability to obtain three-dimensional structure from visual motion is

important for survival of human and non-human primates. Using a parallel process(cid:173) ing model, the current work explores how the biological visual system might solve this problem and how the neurophysiologist might go about understanding the solution.