T18_InvarObjRec_v2

0 2 v2 11 spikes per s 1 e 2 0 1 v2 1 y 1 0 0 1 1 16

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Unformatted text preview: d V2 24 spikes per s 0 –1.0 2 V2 11 spikes per s –1 e 2 0 1 V2 1 y (°) 1 0 0 –1 –1 16 spikes per s –2 14 spikes per s c2 Figure maps Respo 1 to the are plo 0 stimul hexag –1 locatio –2 to obt 18 spikes per s secon –2 0 2 indica by the V1 Orient 0.5 the 3 for the were r 0 circle. tuned –0.5 V2 ne Anzai, Peng, Van Essen 2007) (b–e 32 spikes per s f V2 (Some) Neurons in V2 encode combinations of orientations ARTICLES a 2 b V2 1.0 1 0.5 0 0 –0.5 –1 –2 –2 d V2 24 spikes per s 0 –1.0 2 V2 11 spikes per s –1 e 2 0 1 V2 1 y (°) 1 0 0 –1 –1 16 spikes per s –2 14 spikes per s c2 Figure maps Respo 1 to the are plo 0 stimul hexag –1 locatio –2 to obt 18 spikes per s secon –2 0 2 indica by the V1 Orient 0.5 the 3 for the were r 0 circle. tuned –0.5 V2 ne Anzai, Peng, Van Essen 2007) (b–e 32 spikes per s f V2 Where (reds) What (blues) John Maunsell, after Peter Lennie after Felleman & Van Essen, 1991 SHAPE REPRESENTATION IN AREA V4 2507 V4 Example stimuli used to...
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