Obstructions to convexity in neural codes

@inproceedings{Lienkaemper2015ObstructionsTC,
  title={Obstructions to convexity in neural codes},
  author={Caitlin Lienkaemper and Anne Shiu and Zev Woodstock},
  year={2015}
}
How does the brain encode spatial structure? One way is through hippocampal neurons called place cells, which become associated to convex regions of space known as their receptive fields: each place cell fires at a high rate precisely when the animal is in the receptive field. The firing patterns of multiple place cells form what is known as a convex neural… CONTINUE READING

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