A proposed model for visual memory identification

Memory is an important process of human behaviour. In particular visual memory the brain to encode, store, and retrieve acquired knowledge about the environment. The visual memory system involves different kinds of processes, such as sensory input and short-term visual memory. The model presents a first approach for visual memory recognition that supports the three stages mentioned above. The model design is based on neuroscience results. This document presents only the memory system specifications that support a cognitive architecture for visual object identification. We validated the model with two case studies: known and unknown stimulus. Jaime, K. ; Torres, G. ;  Ramos, F. ;  Garcia, G. “A proposed model for visual memory identification”. 2012 IEEE 11th International Conference on Cognitive Informatics & Cognitive Computing (ICCI*CC).Pp 35 - 42
Publication date: 
August, 2012