3 axis single neurons response sensitivity t

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Unformatted text preview: s shows the values insensitive serving transformatio (e.g. CCI) position, or the presen tor objects, see Fig. 5 response of hypotheti different objects (red, the “preferred” object ORTICAL NEURONS COPE WITH CLUTTER? 3 axis: single neurons response sensitivity t Invariance Tolerance mation X (e.g., for field size in response t Major x axis: neurons not preserve their obj these single-unit resp order preservation is of the goodness of d FIG. 7. Summary of the population’s ab ant recognition (assum Position ferent single-unit response properties Position neurons in each popu Clutter supporting invariant object recognition ta sensitive METHODS). For exam at theAVG, (e.g. population level. In each subplot,to largely insensitive th Clutter LIN, axis shows the valuester, yet form an inad of some identity-p Firing rate FIG. Position separabil “In P -1 0 Response “Tolerant” 0.25 Firing rate B (spikes /s) -0.5 0 0 0 Response “Invariant” Firing rate Response A (spikes /s) 370 Fraction of neurons V1 simulated V1, mean: 0.02 IT, mean...
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