@misc{cogprints441, editor = {S. J. Hanson and J. D. Cown and G. L. Giles}, title = {Unsmearing visual motion: Development of long-range horizontal intrinsic connections}, author = {K.E. Martin and J.A. Marshall}, publisher = {San Mateo: CA: Morgan Kaufman}, year = {1993}, pages = {117--121}, journal = {Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 5}, url = {http://cogprints.org/441/}, abstract = {Human vision systems integrate information nonlocally, across long spatial ranges. For example, a moving stimulus appears smeared when viewed briefly (30 ms), yet sharp when viewed for a longer exposure (100 ms) (Burr, 1980). This suggests that visual systems combine information along a trajectory that matches the motion of the stimulus. Our self-organizing neural network model shows how developmental exposure to moving stimuli can direct the formation of horizontal trajectory-specific motion integration pathways that unsmear representations of moving stimuli. These results account for Burr's data and can potentially also model other phenomena, such as visual inertia.} }