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Brain Mechanisms in Human Visual Processing and Data Acquisition in HEP


Michela del Viva  (NEUROFARBA, University of Florence)

The science of human vision keeps evolving, and becomes more and more quantitative and detailed in the investigation of its underlying neural brain mechanisms. In this process, sometimes interesting analogies emerge between the needs, the functionality, and the design principles of natural neural systems, and that of artificial devices like those employed in HEP experiments. This is particularly true for human vision, where the need for survival impose particularly tight data processing requirements in terms of latency, bandwidth, and computing power. It is possible that the need to solve some difficult data processing problems has led to a convergent evolution of natural and artificial systems towards a common set of solutions. We will show some examples where a crossing of ideas from two disciplines leads to new developments.

Sguardi sulla complessità Giovedì 31 Marzo 2016, ore 10.30
CSDC - Dip. Fisica e Astronomia - Università di Firenze
Istituto dei Sistemi Complessi - CNR
INFN - esperimento PIECES

 
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