Computational models of vision: reading list and code

Geoff Boynton has a nice webpage for a Special Topics in Vision class he gave a few years ago. The class website includes a linked list of influential papers on vision, with an emphasis on papers with a strong computational component. Also available is a zip file with a large number of matlab functions demonstrating different computational models/vision concepts, including:

  • The Rust model of MT – including model fitting and demonstration movies
  • Contrast normalization
  • Spike-triggered averaging
  • Linear, LN, and quadrature pair models of V1 cells
  • and much more

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