Oliver W. Layton
Oliver W. Layton
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Colby College
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A motion pooling model of visually guided navigation explains human behavior in the presence of independently moving objects
OW Layton, E Mingolla, NA Browning
Journal of vision 12 (1), 20-20, 2012
A Neural Model of MST and MT Explains Perceived Object Motion during Self-Motion
OW Layton, BR Fajen
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (31), 8093-8102, 2016
Dynamic coding of border-ownership in visual cortex
OW Layton, E Mingolla, A Yazdanbakhsh
Journal of vision 12 (13), 8-8, 2012
Competitive dynamics in MSTd: A mechanism for robust heading perception based on optic flow
OW Layton, BR Fajen
PLoS computational biology 12 (6), e1004942, 2016
Neural Dynamics of Feedforward and Feedback Processing in Figure-Ground Segregation
OW Layton, E Mingolla, A Yazdanbakhsh
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 972, 2014
A unified model of heading and path perception in primate MSTd
OW Layton, NA Browning
PLoS computational biology 10 (2), e1003476, 2014
The temporal dynamics of heading perception in the presence of moving objects
OW Layton, BR Fajen
Journal of Neurophysiology 115 (1), 286-300, 2016
Sources of bias in the perception of heading in the presence of moving objects: Object-based and border-based discrepancies
OW Layton, BR Fajen
Journal of vision 16 (1), 9-9, 2016
Possible role for recurrent interactions between expansion and contraction cells in MSTd during self-motion perception in dynamic environments
OW Layton, BR Fajen
Journal of Vision 17 (5), 5-5, 2017
A neural model of border-ownership from kinetic occlusion
OW Layton, A Yazdanbakhsh
Vision research 106, 64-80, 2015
A model of how depth facilitates scene-relative object motion perception
OW Layton, DC Niehorster
PLoS computational biology 15 (11), e1007397, 2019
Computational mechanisms for perceptual stability using disparity and motion parallax
OW Layton, BR Fajen
Journal of Neuroscience 40 (5), 996-1014, 2020
The traveling salesman problem in the natural environment
OW Layton, T O’Connell, F Phillips
Recurrent competition explains temporal effects of attention in MSTd
OW Layton, NA Browning
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 6, 80, 2012
A Dynamic Efficient Sensory Encoding Approach to Adaptive Tuning in Neural Models of Optic Flow Processing
ST Steinmetz, OW Layton, NV Powell, BR Fajen
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 16, 2022
Affordance-based versus current-future accounts of choosing whether to pursue or abandon the chase of a moving target
ST Steinmetz, OW Layton, NV Powell, BR Fajen
Journal of Vision 20 (3), 8-8, 2020
Distributed encoding of curvilinear self-motion across spiral optic flow patterns
OW Layton, BR Fajen
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 13393, 2022
ARTFLOW: A Fast, Biologically Inspired Neural Network that Learns Optic Flow Templates for Self-Motion Estimation
OW Layton
Sensors 21 (24), 1-19, 2021
Modeling physiological sources of heading bias from optic flow
S Yumurtaci, OW Layton
Eneuro 8 (6), 2021
Sparse Distributed Representation and Hierarchy: Keys to Scalable Machine Intelligence
G Rinkus, G Lesher, J Leveille, O Layton
Neurithmic Systems, LLC Newton United States, 2016
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