| CNS Seminar
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List of Interesting Papers
CNBC Computational Neuroscience Group
Time: Wednesdays, 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Place: Mellon Institute 115 Conference Room
||Tai Sing Lee
Berry, Segev, Bialek (2006) "Weak pairwise correlation imply strong
correlated network states ...";
|| Schlens et al
(2006) "The structure of multi-neuron firing patterns in primate retina"
Bialek, Berry (2003) "Synergy, Redundancy, and Independence in
|| Thesis proposal practice
|| Pillow et. al (2005)
"Prediction and Decoding of Retinal Ganglion Cell Responses with a
Probabilistic Spiking Model"
|| Wu D-A, Kanai R,
Shimojo S (2004) "Steady-state misbinding of colour and motion"
|| Johnson DH (2004)
"Neural Population Structures and Consequences for Neural Coding"
|| Nagel and Doupe
(2006), "Temporal Processing and Adaptation in the Songbird Auditory
Lotto, Purves (2006) "Comparison of Bayesian and empirical ranking
approaches to visual perception"
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