Bayesian Efficient Coding

@article{Park2017BayesianEC,
  title={Bayesian Efficient Coding},
  author={Il Memming Park and Jonathan W. Pillow},
  journal={bioRxiv},
  year={2017}
}
The efficient coding hypothesis, which proposes that neurons are optimized to maximize information about the environment, has provided a guiding theoretical framework for sensory and systems neuroscience. More recently, a theory known as the Bayesian Brain hypothesis has focused on the brain’s ability to integrate sensory and prior sources of information in order to perform Bayesian inference. However, there is as yet no comprehensive theory connecting these two theoretical frameworks. We… Expand
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