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    • Functional Decomposition of Retinal Ganglion Cell Receptive Fields 

      Zapp, Sören Johannes (2023-02-23)
      The retina has the fascinating ability to extract various visual features from our surroundings. This feature detection is enabled by nonlinear operations in the retinal circuitry. The nonlinear processing is in part ...
    • How nonlinear processing shapes natural stimulus encoding in the retina 

      Karamanlis, Dimokratis (2022-05-31)
      Understanding natural vision is one of the fundamental goals of sensory neuroscience. The only part of the visual system that may currently be amenable to such a complete understanding is the vertebrate retina, where there ...
    • Nonlinearities in bipolar cells and their role for encoding visual signals 

      Schreyer, Helene Marianne (2019-05-02)
      Vision begins in the retina, where ganglion cells separate the visual input into ~30 parallel output channels with different response characteristics to visual stimuli. How retinal ganglion cells obtain such a diversity ...
    • Motion encoding in the salamander retina 

      Kühn, Norma Krystyna (2016-10-20)
      The detection and correct interpretation of motion in visual scenes is important in everyday tasks, e.g., for avoiding cars when crossing the street or for assessing the optic flow, induced by self-motion, when navigating ...
    • Physiological Classification of Retinal Ganglion Cells in the Salamander Retina 

      Ohlweiler Rozenblit, Fernando (2016-04-13)
      The retina is a complex neural network, responsible for breaking down the visual scene into its distinctive features such as local contrast, motion and color. The retinal ganglion cells form the output layer of this ...