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NC, MBE
(Joint)
2020-03-04
17:00
Tokyo University of Electro Communications
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Acceleration of numerical simulation of computational model for research on visual illusion
Yusuke Yanagida, Shunji Satoh, Celimuge Wu, Tsutomu Yoshinaga (UEC) NC2019-89
Computer simulation of visual mathematical model enables projection whether particular visual images cause illusion or n... [more] NC2019-89
pp.77-82
HIP 2019-10-31
10:10
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Experimental and computational study of visual perception for moving objects during self-motion.
Yuki Narita, Shunji Satoh (UEC) HIP2019-56
Retinal motion or optical flow of an object (target) in the outer world is not generally identical to the motion of the ... [more] HIP2019-56
pp.41-45
HIP 2017-03-09
13:15
Osaka CiNet Effect of auditory stimulus on information processing in peripheral vision
Takayuki Watanabe, Yoshiyuki Sato, Shunji Satoh (UEC) HIP2016-77
A study on visual-auditory interaction reported that visual-target detection was facilitated by simultaneously presented... [more] HIP2016-77
pp.17-20
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2016-03-23
15:35
Tokyo Tamagawa University Applying an electromagnetic theorem to solve the Border-Ownership assignment problem
Zaem Arif Zainal, Shunji Satoh (UEC) NC2015-88
We discovered that the relationship between Border-Ownership (BO) assignment and order in depth of objects in occlusion ... [more] NC2015-88
pp.107-112
NC, MBE 2015-03-16
10:55
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
pp.151-156
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2014-03-17
14:10
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
pp.41-46
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2010-03-09
09:50
Tokyo Tamagawa University A computational theory of horizontal connection in primary visual cortex
Hiroaki Sasaki (Tohoku Univ./RIKEN), Shunji Satoh (The Univ. of Electro-Comm.), Shiro Usui (RIKEN) NC2009-88
It is believed that in primary visual cortex(V1), neurons efficiently encode natural images by the sparse outputs of the... [more] NC2009-88
pp.7-12
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2010-03-11
15:25
Tokyo Tamagawa University Computational theory of V1 receptive fields and binocular vision
Shunji Satoh, Yutaka Sakaguchi (Univ. of Elector-Comm.), Shiro Usui (Riken BSI) NC2009-154
We propose a simple but novel mathematical framework dealing with binocular vision; using complex functions, {left image... [more] NC2009-154
pp.391-396
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2009-03-11
14:45
Tokyo Tamagawa Univ. Platform for a collaborative brain system modeling
Takayuki Kannon, Koji Makimura, Nilton Liuji Kamiji, Shunji Satoh, Shiro Usui (RIKEN Brain Sci Inst.) NC2008-109
Mathematical model of the brain developed so far have targeted specific brain areas such as, cells, networks and/or phen... [more] NC2008-109
pp.37-42
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2009-03-12
10:25
Tokyo Tamagawa Univ. Fractional derivative of Gaussian functions: A model for spatio-temporal receptive fields of V1 simple cells
Shunji Satoh, Shiro Usui (RIKEN) NC2008-127
 [more] NC2008-127
pp.141-146
NC 2007-03-16
09:30
Tokyo Tamagawa University Computational model of filling-in at the blind spot utilizing regulization theory and biological findings
Shunji Satoh (Tohoku Fukushi Univ.)
 [more] NC2006-186
pp.1-6
NC 2006-03-16
14:55
Tokyo Tamagawa University A computational V1 model derived from multi-resolution image-reconstruction
Shunji Satoh (Tohoku Fukushi Univ.)
Neurophysiological experiments have revealed that
post-synaptic effect conveyed by long-range horizontal connections (L... [more]
NC2005-134
pp.55-60
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