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Measuring information transfer in the spike generator of crayfish sustaining fibers

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Measuring information transfer in the spike generator of crayfish sustaining fibers
Abstract. We present a method based on informationtheoretic distances for measuring the information transfer efficiency of voltage to impulse encoders. In response to light pulses, we simultaneously recorded the EPSP and spiking output of crayfish sustaining fibers. To measure the distance between analog EPSP responses, we developed a membrane noise model that accurately captures stimulus-induced nonstationarities. By comparing the EPSP and spike responses, we found encoding efficiencies on the order of 10
Christopher J. Rozell, Don H. Johnson, Raymon M. G
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Type Journal
Year 2004
Where BC
Authors Christopher J. Rozell, Don H. Johnson, Raymon M. Glantz
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