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[WSS22] Modeling migraine aura in convolutional neural networks (CNN)

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POSTED BY: Fizra Khan
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POSTED BY: Moderation Team
trainingdata101 = data1[[1 ;; 200]];

Hi @Fizra Khan I try to read all of these lines of code that are submitted but I can't verify that I have read every single line of code but I have read almost all of everything that is submitted.

model01 = Import["/Users/deangladish/Downloads/WSS22-project-main/trainedmodel101.wlnet"]


You know how in physics something similar happens in Wigner's friend scenario where we can model the convolution layers. Luckily a lot of the stuff that you've written @Fizra Khan aims to use these convolutional neural networks whether it's a migraine headache, flashing lights, zigzag lines, blind spots, and we can understand the underlying mechanisms, of the migraine aura.

modified01 = 
 NetInsert[model01, ElementwiseLayer[0.5 Sin[0.5 Pi #] &], 13]


I guess the idea of incorporating sine waves demonstrates the adaptability and agility that simulates the visual patterns with varying frequencies.

images = 
  Table[{model01[trainingdata101[[t, 1]]], 
    modified01[trainingdata101[[t, 1]]]}, {t, 195, 200}];
ImageAssemble[images, ImageSize -> 150]


net = NetModel[
   "Enhanced Super-Resolution GAN Trained on DIV2K, Flickr2K and OST \
searchQuery = "Beach";
scape = WebImageSearch[SearchQueryString[searchQuery], "Thumbnails", 
   MaxItems -> 15];
images = ImageResize[#, {50, 50}] & /@ scape;
net01 = NetReplacePart[net, 
   "Input" -> NetEncoder[{"Image", ImageSize -> 50}]];
alteredImages = {};
Do[fn = If[i <= 5, Ramp,
    If[i <= 10, Tanh,
  alteredImage = 
   NetInsert[net01, "alteration" -> ElementwiseLayer[fn], "conv2"][
  AppendTo[alteredImages, alteredImage],
  {i, 1, 15}
grid = Grid[Partition[alteredImages, 5]]


@Fizra Khan That was so fire, designing the filter weights in the encoder by manipulating them, generating the visual disturbances associated with migraine aura and occipital epilepsy overall.

  altered01 = net01;
  layer01 = "conv1";
  weights01 = Normal[altered01[[layer01, "Weights"]]];
  weights01[[filter]] *= 10;
  altered01[[layer01, "Weights"]] = weights01;
  {filter, {60, 45, 26, 14}}


This is an extreme impression, the sine-blobs and the individual weights that make the zigzag lines and scotoma-type visuals. It would be fair to employ mathematical models like reaction-diffusion equations for cortical spreading and depression (CSD).

POSTED BY: Dean Gladish

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