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2011 CCN workshop: Population Coding of High Level Representations

Organizers: James Haxby, Hany Farid, Peter Tse

Co-sponsored by the CCN and the Neukom Institute for Computational Sciences

Speakers and talk titles

Eero Simoncelli, New York University

Metamers of the ventral stream

 

Ed Connor, Johns Hopkins University

Neural coding of object structure in the ventral visual pathway

 

Tomaso Poggio, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The computational magic of the ventral stream: Towards a theory

 

Charles Cadieu, University of California Berkeley, Redwood Institute

Learning intermediate-level representations of form and motion from natural movies

 

Jim DiCarlo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Untangling object recognition: Which neuronal population codes can explain human object recognition performance

 

Jim Haxby, Dartmouth

Building common models of neural representational spaces

 

Alice O'Toole, University of Texas Dallas

Understanding neural representation of facial identity, race, and viewpoint: Constraining the neural with the perceptual

 

Jack Gallant, University of California Berkeley

Using voxel-wise encoding models to discover brain representations and to decode brain activity

 

Niko Kriegeskorte, MRC Cognition and Brain Science Unit Cambridge

Representational similarity analysis of visual object population codes

 

Tom Mitchell, Carnegie Mellon University

What neural activity encodes about stimuli, where and when

 

Videos of talks

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Last Updated: 10/29/13