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Motion anticipation in a Virtual Retina

Abstract : The aim of the internship is to use and update the software VirtualRetina, a simulator implementing a retinal model developed initially by Adrien Wohrer and Pierre Kornprobst and integrated by Enas, a software developed by Biovision, in order to reproduce the activity of the retina in response to the stimulus of a moving bar, observed By Mr Berry & al. [1] A form of anticipation of the movement has been demonstrated experimentally by its authors in salamander, rabbit and goldfish retinas. This anticipation can be explained, in the case of a simple trajectory, by the gain control mechanism specific to the ganglion cells, implemented by Virtual-Retina. But for more complex trajectories, lateral connectivity could also play a role.
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Selma Souihel. Motion anticipation in a Virtual Retina. Informatique [cs]. 2016. ⟨hal-01399940⟩



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