Effects of spike-triggered negative feedback on receptive-field properties

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Sensory neurons are often described in terms of a receptive field, that is, a linear kernel through which stimuli are filtered before they are further processed. If information transmission is assumed to proceed in a feedforward cascade, the receptive field may be interpreted as the external stimulus’ profile maximizing neuronal output. The nervous system… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10827-014-0546-0

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