“Nasoor Bagheri”

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IPM Positions

Faculty Member , School of Cognitive Sciences
(2012 - 2015 )

Related Papers

1. M. Karimi, R. Ebrahimpour and N. Bagheri
Object Categorization at the Higher Levels Do with More Neurons than Finer Levels and Takes Faster
IEEE Access (2020),   [abstract]
2. H. Karimi-Rouzbahani, N. Bagheri and R. Ebrahimpour
Invariant object recognition is a personalized selection of invariant features in humans, not simply explained by hierarchical feed-forward vision models
Scientific Reports (Accepted) [abstract]
3. H. Karimi-Rouzbahani, N. Bagheri and R. Ebrahimpour
Average activity, but not variability, is the dominant factor in the representation of object categories in the brain
Neuroscience 346 (2017), 14-28  [abstract]
4. H. Karimi-Rouzbahani, N. Bagheri and R. Ebrahimpour
Hard-wired feed-forward visual mechanisms of the brain compensate for affine variations in object recognition
Neuroscience 349 (2017), 48-63  [abstract]
5. H. Karimi-Rouzbahani, R. Ebrahimpour and N. Bagheri
Role of Feed-forward ventral visual cortex in compensating for different variations in core object recognition
( In: 10th Federation of European Neuroscience (FENS), Copenhagen, Denmark, 2016.)
[abstract]
6. H. Heidari-Gorji, S. Zabbah, M. Akhavan, N. Bagheri and R. Ebrahimpour
STDP based HAMX behavior in response to homogeneous and heterogeneous categories
( In: Bernstein Conference 2015)
[abstract]
7. A. Ahangi, M. Karamnejad, N. Mohammadi, R. Ebrahimpour and N. Bagheri
Multiple classifier system for EEG signal classification with application to brain–computer interfaces
Neural Computing and Applications 23 (2013), 1319-1327  [abstract]
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