Prof. Dr. S. Treue

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In the visual system receptive fields represent the spatial selectivity of neurons for a given set of visual inputs. Their invariance is thought to be caused by a hardwired input configuration, which ensures a stable ‘labeled line’ code for the spatial position of visual stimuli. On the other hand, changeable receptive fields can provide the visual system(More)
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