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An Emoticons Battle


An Emoticons Battle
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★★★★ GET IT NOW, IT WILL END SOON! ★★★★

An Emoticons Battle

★★★★ infinity levels ★★★★

Visual recognition: processing has been typically viewed as a bottom-up hierarchy in which information is processed sequentially with increasing complexities, where lower-level cortical processors, such as the primary visual cortex, are at the bottom of the processing hierarchy and higher-level cortical processors, such as the inferotemporal cortex (IT), are at the top, where recognition is facilitated.[5] A most recognized bottom-up hierarchical theory is David Marr’s theory of vision.[6] In contrast, an increasingly popular recognition processing theory, is that of top-down processing. One model, proposed by Moshe Bar (2003), describes a “shortcut” method in which early visual inputs are sent, partially analyzed, from the early visual cortex to the prefrontal cortex (PFC). Possible interpretations of the crude visual input is generated in the PFC and then sent to the inferotemporal cortex (IT) subsequently activating relevant object representations which are then incorporated into the slower, bottom-up process. This “shortcut” is meant to minimize the amount of object representations required for matching thereby facilitating object recognition.Lesion studies have supported this proposal with findings of slower response times for individuals with PFC lesions, suggesting use of only the bottom-up processing.

Just tap the emoticons that match the one on top! Mind your fingers because you have to make up for your mistakes by hitting extra emoticons.

Bonuses should be used strategically to advance the more levels


Visual recognition, because the object is to correctly press the emoticon on the top

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