Sparse coding and decorrelation in primary visual cortex during natural vision.

@article{Vinje2000SparseCA,
  title={Sparse coding and decorrelation in primary visual cortex during natural vision.},
  author={William E. Vinje and Jack L. Gallant},
  journal={Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={287 5456},
  pages={1273-6}
}
Theoretical studies suggest that primary visual cortex (area V1) uses a sparse code to efficiently represent natural scenes. This issue was investigated by recording from V1 neurons in awake behaving macaques during both free viewing of natural scenes and conditions simulating natural vision. Stimulation of the nonclassical receptive field increases the selectivity and sparseness of individual V1 neurons, increases the sparseness of the population response distribution, and strongly… CONTINUE READING
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