Linear filtering and nonlinear interactions in direction-selective visual cortex neurons: a noise correlation analysis.

@article{Baker2001LinearFA,
  title={Linear filtering and nonlinear interactions in direction-selective visual cortex neurons: a noise correlation analysis.},
  author={Curtis L Baker},
  journal={Visual neuroscience},
  year={2001},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={465-85}
}
Spatial and temporal properties related to direction selectivity of both simple and complex type visual cortex neurons were assessed by cross-correlation analysis of their responses to random ternary white noise. This stimulus consisted of multiple randomly placed bars, each colored white, black, or gray with equal probability, which were rerandomized every 5-10 ms. A first-order cross-correlation analysis of a neuron's spike train with the spatiotemporal history of the stimulus provided an… CONTINUE READING
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