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Jan
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comment Toolbox for modelling visual search performance
Thanks! The problem with the saliency models, as you correctly noted, is that they don't have memory. In addition, saliency is a measure of difference between a particular point and its neighbors (I am drastically simplifying, of course). So the distribution in feature space is not important - what's important is a spatial distribution of features and that's not what I need.
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revised Predicting the landing site of a saccade while the saccade is still in progress
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answered Predicting the landing site of a saccade while the saccade is still in progress
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revised Research on aversion to cognitive effort?
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answered Research on aversion to cognitive effort?
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answered How does masking work?
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comment What is the meaning of “little efferent input” to retina?
Two more links that were provided to me on FB: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17059846, ispsychophysics.org/fd/index.php/proceedings/article/viewFile/…
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comment What is the meaning of “little efferent input” to retina?
Great answer! Thanks a lot.
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accepted What is the meaning of “little efferent input” to retina?
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comment What is the meaning of “little efferent input” to retina?
I edited the question to make it more clear
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comment What is the meaning of “little efferent input” to retina?
Generally, I am aware what "efferent" mean for nervous system. But I wasn't able to find literature on efferent input for retina from the brain. Some say that there is no such input (e.g., "The output from the Lateral Geniculate Nucleus (LGN) to sensory source (retina) does not exist in primate, but this is not always so with other lower animals", people.idsia.ch/~luciw/papers/tamd11-weng.pdf), but Gollisch & Meister seem to think that it exists for vertebrates.
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Feb
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comment How do hallucinations appear through reversing goggles?
I'm afraid they're too old. I wasn't able to track them with Google Scholar / WOS.
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