more references about oscillations

Uncl Rusfuk rdm1 at quads.uchicago.edu
Sun Apr 12 13:22:20 EST 1992

One of the important things to keep in mind about these oscillations, and one
of the reasons it's so big, is that it was predicted by modellers _before_
being discovered in kitties.

von Der Marlsburg and Schneider (1986, Biol. Cybernetics, 54, 29-40, "A Neural
Cocktail-Party Processor.")  wrote about a hypothesized solution to the 
"binding" problem.  This, or other, von Der Marlsburg is important to 
understanding the excitement behind these oscillations.

Frankly, I find the whole thing a bit hokey, but then "the binding problem" is 
not an unambiguous task for vision (or perception in general).


Russ  (MASTRD at ctrvax.Vanderbilt.edu)

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