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Active Vision models, built with the Nengo neural simulator

Project description

aver

active vision models, built with the Nengo neural simulator.

installation

$ pip install aver

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background

The phrase "active vision" is meant to refer to any model of vision that incorporates eye movements. For background, please see:

For a brief introduction to active vision models, and how they relate to the typical tasks used to investigate visual search in the laboratory, please see this notebook. The notebook contains results from a replication of an active vision-type model described in the Hulleman and Olivers commentary cited above.

license

BSD

name

definition of "a ver" (from http://www.wordreference.com/)

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