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Gabor-like Image Filtering using a Neural Microcircuit

08/08/2014
by   C. Mayr, et al.
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In this letter, we present an implementation of a neural microcircuit for image processing employing Hebbian-adaptive learning. The neuronal circuit utilizes only excitatory synapses to correlate action potentials, extracting the uncorrelated ones, which contain significant image information. This circuit is capable of approximating Gabor-like image filtering and other image processing functions

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