Multistable network dynamics through lateral inhibition: an efficient mechanism for selective information routing

Abstract

A remarkable feature of the brain is its ability to flexibly process information in a context-dependent manner. A hallmark example is selective visual attention. It allows to focus on relevant information, and to ignore distracting features of a visual scene, effectively routing information through the visual hierarchy [1]. A seminal hypothesis about how… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1471-2202-15-S1-P165

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@inproceedings{Harnack2014MultistableND, title={Multistable network dynamics through lateral inhibition: an efficient mechanism for selective information routing}, author={Daniel Harnack and Klaus Pawelzik and Udo Ernst}, booktitle={BMC Neuroscience}, year={2014} }