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Efficiency and ambiguity in an adaptive neural code
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We examine the dynamics of a neural code in the context of stimuli whose statistical properties are themselves evolving dynamically. Expand
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Reproducibility and Variability in Neural Spike Trains
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To provide information about dynamic sensory stimuli, the pattern of action potentials in spiking neurons must be variable. Expand
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Physical Characterization of Pharmaceutical Solids
A general review of the methods available for the physical characterization of pharmaceutical solids is presented. The techniques are classified as being on the molecular level (properties capable ofExpand
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Neural coding of natural stimuli: information at sub-millisecond resolution
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We have found that under natural stimulus conditions the fly visual system generates spikes and interspike intervals with extraordinary temporal precision. Expand
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Giant optical transmission of sub-wavelength apertures: physics and applications
The transmission of light through an aperture in a metal film is extremely small when the aperture diameter is much smaller than the optical wavelength. But when the metal surface surrounding theExpand
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Neural coding of naturalistic motion stimuli.
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We study a wide-field motion-sensitive neuron in the visual system of the blowfly Calliphora vicina. Expand
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Multiple Timescales of Adaptation in a Neural Code
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We examine the timescales of adaptation in the context of dynamically modulated rapidly-varying stimuli, and demonstrate in the fly visual system that adaptation to statistical ensemble of the stimulus dynamically maximizes information transmission about the time-dependent stimulus. Expand
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Changes in Material Properties Accompanying the National Formulary (NF) Identity Test for Microcrystalline Cellulose
It has been found that the current NF identity test for microcrystalline cellulose is actually an assay of the response of the material to energy dissipation expended during the analysis procedure.Expand
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The origin of the A to B transition in DNA fibers and films
We have studied the hydration of Na‐DNA and Li‐DNA fibers and films, measuring water contents, x‐ray fiber diffraction patterns, low‐frequency Raman spectra (below 100 cm−1), high‐frequency RamanExpand
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Neural Coding of Natural Stimuli: Information at Sub-Millisecond Resolution
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Sensory information about the outside world is encoded by neurons in sequences of discrete, identical pulses termed action potentials or spikes. Expand
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