Optimal Short-Term Population Coding: When Fisher Information Fails

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Efficient coding has been proposed as a first principle explaining neuronal response properties in the central nervous system. The shape of optimal codes, however, strongly depends on the natural limitations of the particular physical system. Here we investigate how optimal neuronal encoding strategies are influenced by the finite number of neurons N (place… (More)
DOI: 10.1162/08997660260293247

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@article{Bethge2002OptimalSP, title={Optimal Short-Term Population Coding: When Fisher Information Fails}, author={Matthias Bethge and David Rotermund and Klaus Pawelzik}, journal={Neural computation}, year={2002}, volume={14 10}, pages={2317-51} }