Time and Category Information in Pattern-Based Codes

@inproceedings{Eyherabide2010TimeAC,
  title={Time and Category Information in Pattern-Based Codes},
  author={Hugo Gabriel Eyherabide and In{\'e}s Samengo},
  booktitle={Front. Comput. Neurosci.},
  year={2010}
}
Sensory stimuli are usually composed of different features (the what) appearing at irregular times (the when). Neural responses often use spike patterns to represent sensory information. The what is hypothesized to be encoded in the identity of the elicited patterns (the pattern categories), and the when, in the time positions of patterns (the pattern timing). However, this standard view is oversimplified. In the real world, the what and the when might not be separable concepts, for instance… CONTINUE READING

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