Methodological considerations on the use of template matching to study long - lasting memory

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1. The 'Cyborg Drive' Recording Technology Following the first generation 'Warp Drive' that holds 144 single micro-electrodes (Hoffman and McNaughton, 2002; Battaglia et al., 2004), the 'Cyborg' Drive was developed in collaboration with Neuralynx, Inc. (Tucson, AZ). The Cyborg Drive holds 240 electrodes in a 12x20 array with 675 micron spacing between… (More)

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@inproceedings{Tatsuno2006MethodologicalCO, title={Methodological considerations on the use of template matching to study long - lasting memory}, author={Masami Tatsuno and Peter Lipa and Bruce L. McNaughton}, year={2006} }