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David Mély Graduate Student (CLPS Department)

David Mély is a fifth-year graduate student in the CLPS Department. Before coming to Brown, he graduated in 2011 from the École Polytechnique (BS. and MS.) in France where he studied mathematics, theoretical physics and biology. He is interested in formulating a theory for extra-classical receptive fields through computational modeling. He also works on the processing of multiple visual cues (color, motion, stereo, luminance, texture) using a common framework of computational abstractions inspired from neurophysiology that includes, but is not limited to, divisive normalization and lateral connections.

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