Hyperacuity in cat retinal ganglion cells.

@article{Shapley1986HyperacuityIC,
  title={Hyperacuity in cat retinal ganglion cells.},
  author={Robert Shapley and Jonathan D. Victor},
  journal={Science},
  year={1986},
  volume={231 4741},
  pages={999-1002}
}
Cat X retinal ganglion cells that can resolve sine gratings of only 2.5 cycles per degree can nevertheless respond reliably to displacements of a grating of approximately 1 minute of arc. This is a form of hyperacuity comparable in magnitude to that seen in human vision. A theoretical analysis of this form of hyperacuity reveals it to be a result of the high gain and low noise of ganglion cells. The hyperacuity expected for the best retinal ganglion cells is substantially better than that… CONTINUE READING

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