Psychological experiments have shown that the capacity of the brain for discriminating visual stimuli as novel or familiar is almost limitless. Neurobiological studies have established that the perirhinal cortex is critically involved in both familiarity discrimination and feature extraction. However, opinion is divided as to whether these two processes are performed by the same neurons. Previously proposed models have been unable to simultaneously extract features and discriminate familiarit...Expand abstract
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An Infomax algorithm can perform both familiarity discrimination and feature extraction in a single network.
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