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Image Processing in the Visual System of the Common Toad - Behaviour, Brain Function, Artificial Neuronal Net

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Title Image Processing in the Visual System of the Common Toad - Behaviour, Brain Function, Artificial Neuronal Net
Alternative Title Bildverarbeitung im Sehsystem der Erdkröte - Verhalten, Hirnfunktion, künstliches neuronales Netz
Author Ewert, Jörg-Peter
License No Open Access License:
German copyright law applies. This film may be used for your own use but it may not be distributed via the internet or passed on to external parties.
DOI 10.3203/IWF/C-1805eng
IWF Signature C 1805
Publisher IWF (Göttingen)
Release Date 1993
Language English
Producer IWF
Production Year 1990

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IWF Technical Data Film, 16 mm, LT, 305 m ; F, 28 min

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Subject Area Life Sciences
Abstract Neurobiology and neuroinformatics are two corresponding disciplines. One topic of interdisciplinary research is visual pattern discrimination. Selecting visually guided prey-catching behaviour of the common toad, this film shows: 1. by which features prey objects can be discriminated from nonprey, 2. how feature related information is processed in different brain regions in a parallel interactive manner, 3. that the feature assignment principle can be illustrated by means of a simple model of a neuronal circuit, in cartoon motion pictures, 4. how this model can be tested, 5. that object discrimination may be modified by associative learning, 6.how learning involved brain structures are approached, which leads to an extension of the model, 7. that some characteristics of object discrimination can be simulated with the aid of an artificial neuronal net, and 8. that such a net can tell a robot, for example, to sort objects moving on a conveyor belt.
Keywords experimental behaviour research / Amphibia
prey catching / Amphibia
prey capture / Amphibia
learning / Amphibia
brain / Amphibia
network, neural
neurobiology
neural networks, artificial
shape perception
Bufo bufo
common toad

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