The joint development of orientation and ocular dominance: Role of constraints

Piepenbrock C, Ritter H, Obermayer K (1997)
Neural computation 9(5): 959-970.

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Correlation-based learning (CBL) has been suggested as the mechanism that underlies the development of simple-cell receptive fields in the primary visual cortex of cats, including orientation preference (OR) and ocular dominance (OD) (Linsker, 1986; Miller, Keller, & Shyker, 1989). CBL has been applied successfully to the development of OR and OD individually (Miller, Keller, & Stryker, 1989; Miller, 1994; Miyashita & Tanaka, 1991; Erwin, Obermayer, & Schulten, 1995), but the conditions for their joint development have not been studied (but see Erwin & Miller, 1995, for independent work on the same question) in contrast to competitive Hebbian models (Obermayer, Blasdel, & Schulten, 1992). In this article, we provide insight into why this has been the case: OR and OD decouple in symmetric CBL models, and a joint development of OR and OD is possible only in a parameter regime that depends on nonlinear mechanisms.
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Piepenbrock C, Ritter H, Obermayer K. The joint development of orientation and ocular dominance: Role of constraints. Neural computation. 1997;9(5):959-970.
Piepenbrock, C., Ritter, H., & Obermayer, K. (1997). The joint development of orientation and ocular dominance: Role of constraints. Neural computation, 9(5), 959-970.
Piepenbrock, C., Ritter, H., and Obermayer, K. (1997). The joint development of orientation and ocular dominance: Role of constraints. Neural computation 9, 959-970.
Piepenbrock, C., Ritter, H., & Obermayer, K., 1997. The joint development of orientation and ocular dominance: Role of constraints. Neural computation, 9(5), p 959-970.
C. Piepenbrock, H. Ritter, and K. Obermayer, “The joint development of orientation and ocular dominance: Role of constraints”, Neural computation, vol. 9, 1997, pp. 959-970.
Piepenbrock, C., Ritter, H., Obermayer, K.: The joint development of orientation and ocular dominance: Role of constraints. Neural computation. 9, 959-970 (1997).
Piepenbrock, C, Ritter, Helge, and Obermayer, K. “The joint development of orientation and ocular dominance: Role of constraints”. Neural computation 9.5 (1997): 959-970.

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