L W Iacino

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Stomatopods locate prey, within a short range of distances, with one eye and strike it within a few milliseconds. We developed a model based on the complex input patterns of the eye transferred to a matrix of neural integrators called T2 and T3 fibers. In the integrators graded potentials are summed and generate spikes if the sum reaches threshold.(More)
On the distal lamina surface of stomatoped eyes a matrix of horizontal and vertical nerve fibers processes the complex input patterns. The output of these integrating fibers is a spike discharge pattern correlated to the input pattern. Here we introduce a ± neuron which either subtracts or sums the outputs from the set of horizontal and vertical fibers(More)
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