| CNS Seminar
Jun - July 06
Jan - May 06
Sep - Dec 05
May - Aug 05
Jan - Apr 05
Sep - Dec 04
May - Aug 04
Jan - Apr 04
Aug - Dec 03
May - Aug 03
Jan - Apr 03
Oct - Dec 02
Jul - Oct 02
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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
|| Najemnik and Geisler (2005)
"Optimal eye movement strategies in visual search"
|| Weliky, Fiser, Hunt,
and Wagner (2003): "Coding of Natural Scenes in Primary Visual Cortex"
||Zhu, Wu, and Mumford
(1997) "Minimax Entropy Principle and Its Applications to Texture
||Bonin, Mante, and Carandini (2004)
"Nonlinear Processing in LGN Neurons"
||Brown and Smaragdis (2004), Smaragdis and Brown (2003)
||Lesica and Stanley (2004)
||Mark V. Albert
||Tai Sing Lee
||Lehky Desimone Sejnowski (2005) and Bonin, et.al. CVR poster (2005)
||Recio-Spinoso, Temchin, van Dijk, Fan & Ruggero
||Tai Sing Lee
|| Qiu and von der Heydt (2005) and Zhaoping Li (2005)
||Berg, Berg, and Malik (2005), Crandall, Felzenswab, and Huttenlocher (2005), and Epshtein and Ullman (2005)
||Kass RE, Ventura V, & Brown EM (2005) Statistical Issues in the Analysis of Neuronal Data
||Aersten AMHJ, Gerstein GL, Habib HK, & Palm G (1989) Dynamics of Neuronal Firing Correlation: Modulation of "Effective Connectivity"
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