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Title: Vector model for mapping of visual space to subjective 4-D sphere
Authors: Matuzevičius, Dalius
Vaitkevičius, Henrikas
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: IOP Publishing Ltd.
Citation: Matuzevičius, D.; Vaitkevičius, H. 2014. Vector model for mapping of visual space to subjective 4-D sphere, Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2nd International Conference on Mathematical Modeling in Physical Sciences 2013 (IC-MSQUARE 2013) 1–5 September 2013, Prague, Czech Republic 490: 1-5
Series/Report no.: Vol. 490; (2014)
Abstract: Here we present a mathematical model of binocular vision that maps a visible physical world to a subjective perception of it. The subjective space is a set of 4-D vectors whose components are outputs of four monocular neurons from each of the two eyes. Monocular neurons have one of the four types of concentric receptive elds with Gabor-like weighting coeficients. Next this vector representation of binocular vision is implemented as a pool of neurons where each of them is selective to the object's particular location in a 3-D visual space. Formally each point of the visual space is being projected onto a 4-D sphere. Proposed model allows determination of subjective distances in depth and direction, provides computational means for determination of Panum's area and explains diplopia and allelotropia.
ISSN: 1742-6588
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