Odor encoding as an active, dynamical process: experiments, computation, and theory.

@article{Laurent2001OdorEA,
  title={Odor encoding as an active, dynamical process: experiments, computation, and theory.},
  author={Gilles Laurent and Mark A Stopfer and Rainer W. Friedrich and Mikhail I. Rabinovich and Alexander Volkovskii and Henry Don Isaac Abarbanel},
  journal={Annual review of neuroscience},
  year={2001},
  volume={24},
  pages={
          263-97
        }
}
We examine early olfactory processing in the vertebrate and insect olfactory systems, using a computational perspective. What transformations occur between the first and second olfactory processing stages? What are the causes and consequences of these transformations? To answer these questions, we focus on the functions of olfactory circuit structure and on the role of time in odor-evoked integrative processes. We argue that early olfactory relays are active and dynamical networks, whose… CONTINUE READING

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