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Objects can be reconized independently of the view they present, of their position on the retina, or their scale. It has been suggested that one basic mechanism that makes this possible is a memory effect, or a trace, that allows associations to be made between consecutive views of one object. In this work, we explore the possibility that this memory trace is provided by the sustained activity of neurons in layers of the visual pathway produced by an extensive recurrent connectivity. Wedoi:10.1162/089976698300017287 pmid:9698355 fatcat:427lhgltjjchfek7xpzarbssua