Direct measurement of “ suppression ” in the LGN in the context of natural stimuli and its implications for visual coding

@inproceedings{Butts2006DirectMO,
  title={Direct measurement of “ suppression ” in the LGN in the context of natural stimuli and its implications for visual coding},
  author={Daniel A. Butts and Chong Weng and Jianzhong Jin and Chun-I Yeh and Nicholas Lesica and Garrett B. Stanley and Jose-Manuel Alonso and Liam Paninski},
  year={2006}
}
Some of the greatest advances in neural coding have occurred in the visual system, where the relationship between visual stimuli and the observed neuronal activity is relatively straightforward. However, experiments that probe this relationship in more “natural” contexts have revealed many higher order aspects of visual neuron responses, such as their precise timing down to milliseconds, adaptation to contrast, and non-linear summation of multiple stimuli. Here, we describe a new modeling… CONTINUE READING

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