Speed and direction response profiles of neurons in macaque MT and MST show modest constraint line tuning

@inproceedings{Duijnhouwer2013SpeedAD,
  title={Speed and direction response profiles of neurons in macaque MT and MST show modest constraint line tuning},
  author={Jacob Duijnhouwer and Andr{\'e} J. Noest and M. J. M. Lankheet and Albert V van den Berg and Richard J. A. van Wezel},
  booktitle={Front. Behav. Neurosci.},
  year={2013}
}
Several models of heading detection during smooth pursuit rely on the assumption of local constraint line tuning to exist in large scale motion detection templates. A motion detector that exhibits pure constraint line tuning responds maximally to any 2D-velocity in the set of vectors that can be decomposed into the central, or classic, preferred velocity (the shortest vector that still yields the maximum response) and any vector orthogonal to that. To test this assumption, we measured the… CONTINUE READING
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