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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Tomaso Poggio; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.
"C.B.I.P. Memo No. 50."
|Description:||26,  p. : ill. ; 28 cm.|
|Series Title:||A.I. memo, 1253.|
The main points of the theory are: the brain uses modules for multivariate function approximation as basic components of several of its information processing subsystems. these [sic] modules are realized as HyperBF networks (Poggio and Girosi, 1990a, b). Hyper BF networks can be implemented in terms of biologically plausible mechanisms and circuitry. The theory predicts a specific type of population coding that represents an extension of schemes such as look-up tables. I will conclude with some speculations about the trade-off between memory and computation and the evolution of intelligence."