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|Title:||Sparse representation in the human medial temporal lobe.|
Quian Quiroga R
|Citation:||J NEUROSCI, 2006, 26 (40), pp. 10232-10234|
|Abstract:||Recent experiments characterized individual neurons in the human medial temporal lobe with remarkably selective, invariant, and explicit responses to images of famous individuals or landmark buildings. Here, we used a probabilistic analysis to show that these data are consistent with a sparse code in which neurons respond in a selective manner to a small fraction of stimuli.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Engineering|
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