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An Object Recognition-Based Neuroscience Engineering: A Study for Future Implementations


Department of Computer Science and Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Srinagar, J&K, India

ELECTRICA 2023; 23: 262-269
DOI: 10.5152/electrica.2022.22125
Read: 564 Downloads: 295 Published: 01 May 2023

The study of nervous system architecture and its behavior is an interdisciplinary science related to “Neuroscience.” It contains each and every detail related to neuroevolution, molecular and cellular biostructure, anatomy, and pharmacology. To understand this complex structure and architecture of nervous system, a fast, reliable, and advanced technology is required. Object recognition (OR) plays a vital role to understand and adapt the complex system in an easy way. Object recognition provides a computational and cognitive platform to link neuroscience with the human–machine interface for proper interaction in the medical field. OR-computational neuroscience deals with the neural pattern through different models, whereas OR-cognitive science helps to understand the behavior mechanism of neural architecture. The goal of this research is to explain how the brain interprets and processes information using electrical and chemical signals. The paper contains OR-based models in the field of neuroscience. It examines neural representations, neuronal type communication, and neural learning in depth. This paper provides an overview of OR-based cognitive computational neuroscience as well as the models that go with it. A thorough examination of the applications is presented, followed by a discussion of potential future paths.

Cite this article as: M. W. Bhatt and S. Sharma, "An object recognition-based neuroscience engineering: A study for future implementations," Electrica, 23(2), 262-269, 2023.

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