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Sensory Cue Integration

Julia Trommershäuser, Konrad Kording, and Michael S. Landy

Abstract

This book provides an introduction into both computational models and experimental paradigms that are concerned with sensory cue integration both within and between sensory modalities. Importantly, across behavioral, electrophysiological, and theoretical approaches, Bayesian statistics is emerging as a common language in which cue-combination problems can be expressed. This book focuses on the emerging probabilistic way of thinking about these problems. These approaches derive from the realization that all our sensors are noisy and moreover are often affected by ambiguity. For example, mechano ... More

Keywords: computational models, experimental paradigms, sensory cue integrations, sensory modalities, Bayesian statistics, cue combination, neural implementation

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2011 Print ISBN-13: 9780195387247
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2012 DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195387247.001.0001

Authors

Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Julia Trommershäuser, editor
Center for Neural Science, New York University

Konrad Kording, editor
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Northwestern University

Michael S. Landy, editor
New York University

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CHAPTER 1 Ideal-Observer Models of Cue Integration

Michael S. Landy, Martin S. Banks, and David C. Knill

CHAPTER 3 The Role of Generative Knowledge in Object Perception

Peter W. Battaglia, Daniel Kersten, and Paul Schrater

CHAPTER 8 Cue Combination: Beyond Optimality

Pedro Rosas and Felix A. Wichmann

CHAPTER 9 Priors and Learning in Cue Integration

Anna Seydell, David C. Knill, and Julia Trommershäuser

CHAPTER 14 Cues and Pseudocues in Texture and Shape Perception

Michael S. Landy, Yun-Xian Ho, Sascha Serwe, Julia Trommershäuser, and Laurence T. Maloney

CHAPTER 16 Self-Motion Perception: Multisensory Integration in Extrastriate Visual Cortex

Christopher R. Fetsch, Yong Gu, Gregory C. DeAngelis, and Dora E. Angelaki

CHAPTER 17 Probing Neural Correlates of Cue Integration

Christopher A. Buneo, Gregory Apker, and Ying Shi

CHAPTER 18 Computational Models of Multisensory Integration in the Cat Superior Colliculus

Benjamin A. Rowland, Barry E. Stein, and Terrence R. Stanford

CHAPTER 21 A Neural Implementation of Optimal Cue Integration

Wei Ji Ma, Jeff Beck, and Alexandre Pouget

End Matter