CNS Seminar Archive

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List of Interesting Papers

CNBC Computational Neuroscience Group

Time: Wednesdays, 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Place: Mellon Institute 115 Conference Room
Current Schedule

Date Presenter Food Provider Papers Presentation
3/7/2007 Matt Smith Matt Smith COSYNE review
3/14/2007 Yan Karklin Eizaburo Doi Encoding Probability Distributions in Visual Cortex (Karklin and Lewicki)
3/21/2007 Eizaburo Doi Tai Sing Lee Latham & Nirenberg (2005) "Synergy, redundancy, and independenc in population codes, revisited." slides
4/4/2007 Tai Sing Lee Doru Balcan Torralba and Oliva (2002) "Depth estimation from image structures"
4/11/2007 Doru Balcan Sofia Cavaco Doi, Balcan, and Lewicki (2007) "Robust coding over noisy overcomplete channels"
4/18/2007 Sofia Cavaco Tom Stepleton Data-driven modeling of intrinsic structures in impact sounds, Cavaco and Lewicki
4/25/2007 Tom Stepleton Ryan Kelly

5/30/2007 Ryan Kelly Jason Samonds Rapid learning in cortical coding of visual scenes (2007)
6/13/2007 Jason Samonds Brian Potetz


6/27/2007 Brian Potetz Daniel Leeds Weiss, Freeman (2007) "What makes a good model of natural images?"

7/18/2007 Daniel Leeds Mike Lewicki Jaramillo, Pearlmutter (2007) "Optimal Coding Predicts Attentional Modulation of Activity in Neural Systems"
Olshausen, Anderson, Van Essen (1993) "A Neurobiological Model of Visual Attention and Invariant Pattern Recognition Based on Dynamic Routing of Information"

?/?/2007 Mike Lewicki Yan Karklin


Notes
The official order list is kept here.
If you are presenting, please try to send an announcement to the cns group (cns-vision@cnbc.cmu.edu ) by the Friday before the meeting. Also remember to update this web page, which is located on condor in /home/httpd/www/cns/index.html.
If you are getting food, plan for 12 people and try to have the food there before noon.

The CNS seminars are open to the public and are held on Wed at 12:00pm in Mellon Institute Rm 115, Carnegie Mellon University. If you would like to be on our cns-vision mailing list, please contact Dr. Tai Sing Lee at tai@cs.cmu.edu or Dr. Mike Lewicki at lewicki@cs.cmu.edu .