Lilac Chaser Illusion and Virtual Eyeballs (talk)

Leibovitz, D. P. (2010) Lilac Chaser Illusion and Virtual Eyeballs. Talk presented at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. [doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2268.5923]

Lilac-ChaserAbstract: David Leibovitz will give a live demo of his research-in-progress and discuss the nature of his research and future plans. David will demonstrate a framework, whereby a Virtual Eye is looking at the Lilac Chaser visual illusion. Currently, the implementation has a minimal cognitive component, a set of photoreceptors for the fovea, and saccadic jitter for the eye.

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Emergic Cognitive System

Emergic Cognitive SystemThe Emergic Cognitive System (ECS) is a system for embodying a cognitive model in a virtual and dynamic agent that is situated in a dynamic environment using simulated real-time. This allows a zero parameter model to be tested with a wide variety of experimental paradigms covering a large contextual domain.

Historical Names: Emergic Simulation System (ESS); Emergic Vision System (EVS)

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Emergic Cognitive Model

Leibovitz (2013) ThesisContinuously progressing and unifying a single situated and embodied cognitive model for the entirety of cognition, starting with a cognitive agent having a visual system that moves and interacts with a dynamic environment. Emergic modeling incorporates the remainder of cognition according to the principles of the Emergic Approach.

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carleton university@ottawa.caCarleton University is a comprehensive public university located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It was attended by David during 1993 & 20032013.

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Ottawa is the national capital of Canada and lies within the province of Ontario. David has lived there since 1988.

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