Information processing during transient responses in the crayfish visual system (bibtex)
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Abstract:
We analyzed sustaining fiber responses in the crayfish visual system to light pulses using information processing techniques. The light pulse stimuli elicited a transient and a steady-state component in the EPSP input and in the firing rate of the spike train output. The overall information transfer of the system was very low ($10^{-4}$), with a sharp increase during the transient portion of the response followed by a steady decrease. The information transfer dynamics are consistent with a simple spike generator model that depends explicitly on stimulus changes. The present analysis also corroborates the observed light reflex behavior.
Reference:
Information processing during transient responses in the crayfish visual systemC.J. Rozell, D.H. Johnson and R.M. Glantz. Neurocomputing, vol. 52–54, pp. 53–58, June 2003.
Bibtex Entry:
@ARTICLE{rozell.03,
  author = {Rozell, C.J. and Johnson, D.H. and Glantz, R.M.},
  title = {Information processing during transient responses in the crayfish visual system},
  journal = {Neurocomputing},
  year = {2003},
  volume = {52--54},
  pages = {53--58},
  month = {June},
  abstract = {We analyzed sustaining fiber
	 responses in the crayfish visual system to light pulses using information
	 processing techniques. The light pulse stimuli elicited a transient and
	 a steady-state component in the EPSP input and in the firing rate
	 of the spike train output. The overall information transfer of the
	 system was very low ($10^{-4}$), with a sharp increase during the
	 transient portion of the response followed by a steady decrease. The
	 information transfer dynamics are consistent with a simple spike
	 generator model that depends explicitly on stimulus changes. The
	 present analysis also corroborates the observed light reflex behavior.},
  url = {http://siplab.gatech.edu/pubs/rozellCNS2002.pdf},
}
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