Face processing using one spike per neurone.

@article{Rullen1998FacePU,
  title={Face processing using one spike per neurone.},
  author={R Van Rullen and Jacques Gautrais and A. Delorme and Simon I. Thorpe},
  journal={Bio Systems},
  year={1998},
  volume={48 1-3},
  pages={229-39}
}
The speed with which neurones in the monkey temporal lobe can respond selectively to the presence of a face implies that processing may be possible using only one spike per neurone, a finding that is problematic for conventional rate coding models that need at least two spikes to estimate interspike interval. One way of avoiding this problem uses the fact that integrate-and-fire neurones will tend to fire at different times, with the most strongly activated neurones firing first (Thorpe, 1990… CONTINUE READING