, Comment ce système visuelle non-standard aide des processus comportementaux, plus spécifiquement de détection visuelle d'´ evénements ?

, Comment ces flux d'information non-standard interagissent dans le système visuelle précoce ?

, Quel est le rôle du thalamus dans la régulation et synchronisation des différents flux d'information montants et descendants ?

, utiliser pour faire des simulations, etéventuellementetéventuellement pour des applications audeì a de la compréhension du cerveau ? La partie de la matrix du thalamus estégalementestégalement régulée par TRN (qui sert de régulateur thalamiquè a tous les niveaux), mais semble manquer une connexion corticale. Bien que cettedernì ere affirmation est contredite parfois dans la littérature

T. Le, Cette inhibition est le résultat de la disparité thalamocortical: flux thalamiques montants contre les flux des retours corticales. Le résultat de cette disparité aidè a basculer en mode rafale (ou revenir au mode tonique), et de réguler quelle information devrait passer, ou tout simplement combien d'elle, car il peutêtre peutêtre totalement inhibée, et donc cela est vrai pour tous les trois flux d'information, par inhibition sélective

, Peut-on compacter tout cela dans un logiciel et l'utiliser pour faire des simulations, etéventuellementetéventuellement pour des applications audeì a de la compréhension du cerveau ? Oui, et peut-? etre oui. Nous présentons dans ce travail un modèle informatique o` u nous avonsétudiéavonsétudié nos hypothèses et réutilisé les principales idées présentes dans la littérature, o` u l'on peut aussi facilementétudierfacilementétudier des lésions, et avec des algorithmes relativement simples qui pourraientêtrepourraientêtre utilisés dans des robots simples

, Le message principal est que une rétine artificiellecompì ete ne peut en aucun casêtrecasêtre "une caméra connectée au thalamus", alors qu'elle doit inclure un prétraitement visueì a l'´ etat de l'´ etat de l'art de la vision par ordinateur. Cela ne signifie pas qu'un capteur visuel qui fournit uniquement des informations standard de contraste et de mouvement pour le cortex visuel n'est pas déjà une prothèse utile pour des tâches d'observation visuelle. Cela signifie que ce ne va pas aideràaiderà la vision embarquée, nous avonséclairéavonséclairé un peu les emph "pourquoi/pour-quoi" l'information rétinienne est utilisé

, Ce travail se concentre sur le système visuel précoce, en considerant des calculs locaux et propriétés globalesémergentesglobalesémergentes. Cependant, ce n'est qu'un aspect, et beaucoup doitêtrédoitêtredoitêtré etudié en ce qui concerne les zones corticales supérieures, et d'autres structures qui sont impliquées dans les réponses comportementales considérées ici. Voici quelques questions concernant les prochainesétapesprochainesétapes, audeì a de ce travail: ? ´ Etude et inclusion des pulvinar core et matrix

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