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Contrast adaptation in a nonadapting LGN model.
Sensory neurons appear to adapt their gain to match the variance of signals along the dimension they encode, a property we shall call "contrast normalization." Contrast normalization has been theExpand
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Information measure for analyzing specific spiking patterns and applications to LGN bursts
Neural spiking responses can include a variety of spiking patterns. However, neither the mere presence of the patterns nor the pattern's frequency indicates that the pattern conveys distinct stimulusExpand
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Benefits of Contrast Normalization Demonstrated in Neurons and Model Cells
The large dynamic range of natural stimuli poses a challenge for neural coding: how is a neuron to encode large differences at high contrast while remaining sensitive to small differences at lowExpand
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Title : Contrast adaptation in a non-adapting LGN model
Sensory neurons appear to adapt their gain to match the variance of signals along the dimension they encode, a property we shall call “contrast normalization”. Contrast normalization has been theExpand
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Evidence for an additive inhibitory component of contrast adaptation
Author(s): Gaudry, Kate S; Reinagel, Pamela | Abstract: The latency of visual responses generally decreases as contrast increases. Recording in the lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN), we find thatExpand