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lecture_11_18 - X.C.2.a.ii) IID Vs. Response plot Cell 1:...

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Cell 1: inhibition from ight ear = excitation from left ear ight ears X.C.2.a.ii) IID Vs. Response plot Right ear = excitation from left ear Cell in +1 Left ear Right of owl Left of owl Left NA - Right r Dense feathers 1 ear e (sps) Cell 2: inhibition from ring rat e Right ear > excitation from left ear +1 Left r Fi r Interaural intensity difference(IID 0 10 20 30 -10 -20 40 Another Cell in eft NA ear ight y( Elevation (degrees) 0 below above Left NA -2 Right ear
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s) X.C.2.a.ii) Population code – Important concept examples rate (sp Firing Interaural intensity difference(IID) 0 10 20 30 -10 -20 40 C B A D alistic Different curves Firing realistic are functions for different NA neurons Interaural Intensity Difference Right Ear Louder (sound above owl) Left Ear Louder (Sound below owl)
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Population code: Cells with red curves fire intermediately r IID = 0 X.C.2.a.ii) Population code – Important concept cells with blue curves fire maximally for ound with IID = 0 Cells with green curves do not fire for sound with IID = 0 for IID = 0 sound with IID 0 teraural Intensity Difference Interaural Intensity Difference
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2009 for the course NPB 100 taught by Professor Chapman during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.

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lecture_11_18 - X.C.2.a.ii) IID Vs. Response plot Cell 1:...

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