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2000
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On the Computational Power of Winner-Take-All
This article initiates a rigorous theoretical analysis of the computational power of circuits that employ modules for computing winner-take-all. Computational models that involve ...
Wolfgang Maass
NECO
2011
9 years 2 months ago
Collective Stability of Networks of Winner-Take-All Circuits
The neocortex has a remarkably uniform neuronal organization, suggesting that common principles of processing are employed throughout its extent. In particular, the patterns of co...
Ueli Rutishauser, Rodney J. Douglas, Jean-Jacques ...
CVPR
2005
IEEE
10 years 9 months ago
Locally Adaptive Support-Weight Approach for Visual Correspondence Search
In this paper, we present a new area-based method for visual correspondence search that focuses on the dissimilarity computation. Local and area-based matching methods generally m...
Kuk-Jin Yoon, In-So Kweon
ACL
2009
9 years 5 months ago
Investigations on Word Senses and Word Usages
The vast majority of work on word senses has relied on predefined sense inventories and an annotation schema where each word instance is tagged with the best fitting sense. This p...
Katrin Erk, Diana McCarthy, Nicholas Gaylord
ICPR
2008
IEEE
10 years 8 months ago
Neural net vector quantizers for discrete HMM-based on-line handwritten whiteboard-note recognition
In this work we evaluate a recently published vector quantization scheme, which has been developed to handle binary features like the pressure feature occurring in on-line handwri...
Gerhard Rigoll, Joachim Schenk
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