Kate S. Gaudry
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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 the… Expand
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 stimulus… Expand
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 low… Expand
Title : Contrast adaptation in a non-adapting LGN model
- Kate S. Gaudry
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 the… Expand
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 that… Expand