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Visual masking has quite a few variations, and the source you've linked is by far the worst explanation I've seen. In forward masking an early stimuli takes hold over consciousness (resulting in top-down activation) that prevents a later stimuli from overshooting the selective attention threshold, thus the latter remains subliminal (limen is threshold in ...
If by consciously perceived, you mean recognizing a feature (and possible reactions accordingly), there are several tasks to be considered that seem to cause delays: Saccades and eye movements: During saccades we are blind, so we must wait a little to bypass a saccade so participants are able to see. It is called saccade masking. Transmission: neurons are ...
Do you mean https://github.com/hantek/NeuroBricks ? This is a python framework you may need if you are dealing with a deep learning related source code.
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