Scene Memory on Competitively Growing Neural Network Using Temporal Coding: Self-organized Learning and Glance Recognizability
We have been building the competitively growing neural network using temporal coding for quick one-shot object learning and glance object recognition, which is the core of our saliency-based scene memory model. This neural network represents objects using latency-based temporal coding and grows size and recognizability through learning and self-organization. This paper shows that self-organized learning is quickly performed and glance recognition is successfully performed by our model through simulation experiments of a robot equipped with a camera.
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