Coherent oscillations: A mechanism of feature linking in the visual cortex?

@article{Eckhorn2004CoherentOA,
  title={Coherent oscillations: A mechanism of feature linking in the visual cortex?},
  author={R. Eckhorn and R. Bauer and W. Jordan and M. Brosch and W. Kruse and M. Munk and H. Reitboeck},
  journal={Biological Cybernetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={60},
  pages={121-130}
}
Primary visual coding can be characterized by the receptive field (RF) properties of single neurons. Subject of this paper is our search for a global,second coding step beyond the RF-concept that links related features in a visual scene. In recent models of visual coding, oscillatory activities have been proposed to constitute such linking signals. We tested the neurophysiological relevance of this hypothesis for the visual system. Single and multiple spikes as well as local field potentials… Expand
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