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A sparse coding model of V1 produces surround suppression effects in response to natural scenes
© Giorno et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. 2013
- Published: 8 July 2013
- Animal Model
- Dynamical System
- Visual Stimulus
- Measured Response
- Neural Response
While many neural coding models have been proposed for V1, it remains an open question as to which model best describes the diversity of observed response properties. For instance, the canonical linear-nonlinear model (LN) partially explains some fundamental mechanistic and phenomenological properties of V1, but is unable to explain many nonlinear response properties that are likely associated with the keys to efficient and robust human vision.
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