On the dimensionality of odor space

@inproceedings{Meister2015OnTD,
  title={On the dimensionality of odor space},
  author={Markus Meister and Alexander Borst},
  booktitle={eLife},
  year={2015}
}
There is great interest in understanding human olfactory experience from a principled and quantitative standpoint. The comparison is often made to color vision, where a solid framework with a three-dimensional perceptual space enabled a rigorous search for the underlying neural pathways, and the technological development of lifelike color display devices. A recent, highly publicized report claims that humans can discriminate at least 1 trillion odors, which exceeds by many orders of magnitude… CONTINUE READING
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