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Online Online What characteristics are acquired in coding self-motion from visual motion? -- Reconstruction of statistical relationship by neural network and its internal representation --
Daiki Nakamura, Hiroaki Gomi (NTT) NC2020-57
Efficient coding is a prevailing computational models of sensory coding in the brain. If the sensory information is tran... [more] NC2020-57
RECONF 2017-09-25
Tokyo DWANGO Co., Ltd. A thorough investigation of FPGA performance for PCIe Gen3 communication
Hiroki Nakamura, Hirotaka Takayama, Yoshiki Yamaguchi, Taisuke Boku (Univ. of Tsukuba) RECONF2017-23
(To be available after the conference date) [more] RECONF2017-23
PRMU, BioX 2015-03-19
Kanagawa   A preliminary study on recognition of moving directions of escalators for the visually impaired by use of optical flow
Daiki Nakamura, Hotaka Takizawa (Univ. of Tsukuba), Mayumi Aoyagi (Aichi Univ. of Edu.), Nobuo Ezaki (Toba National coll. of Maritime Tech.), Shinji Mizuno (Aichi Inst. of Tech.) BioX2014-57 PRMU2014-177
It is difficult for a visually impaired individual to recognize the moving directions of escalators at their entrance. I... [more] BioX2014-57 PRMU2014-177
NC, MBE 2015-03-16
Tokyo Tamagawa University A simple visual model for optical-flow estimation generates illusory patterns
Daiki Nakamura, Shunji Satoh (Univ. of Electro- Comm.) MBE2014-143 NC2014-94
Computational models of vision should not only be able to reproduce the Input-Output relationship of the human vision or... [more] MBE2014-143 NC2014-94
Tokyo Tamagawa University A novel computational concept of the physiological properties of MT neurons -- Do MT neurons actually prefer to their 'preferred speeds'? --
Daiki Nakamura, Shunji Satoh (Univ. of Electro- Comm.) NC2013-95
Middle Temporal (MT) neurons are believed to have a preferred speed: the response curves of MT neurons illustrate unimod... [more] NC2013-95
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