Neural models of learning and visual grouping in the presence of finite conduction velocities

Mirko Saam
The hypothesis of object binding-by-synchronization in the visual cortex has been supported by recent experiments in awake monkeys. They demonstrated coherence among gamma-activities (30–90 Hz) of local neural groups and its perceptual modulation according to the rules of figure-ground segregation. Interactions within and between these neural groups are based on axonal spike conduction with finite velocities. Physiological studies confirmed that the majority of transmission delays is comparable to the temporal scale defined by gamma-activity (11–33...
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