Modeling -- development of direction selectivity

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Chance FS, Nelson SB, Abbott LF. Synaptic depression and the temporal response characteristics of V1 cells. J Neurosci 18:4785-99. 1998

Blais B, Cooper LN, Shouval H. Formation of direction selectivity in natural scene environments. Neural Computation 12: 1057-1066. 2000

Buchs NJ, Senn W. Spike-based synaptic plasticity and the emergence of direction selective simple cells: simulation results. J Comput Neurosci. 2002 Nov-Dec;13(3):167-86.

Senn W, Buchs NJ. Spike-based synaptic plasticity and the emergence of direction selective simple cells: mathematical analysis. J Comput Neurosci. 2003 Mar-Apr;14(2):119-38.

Rao RPN and Sejnowski TJ. Complex Cell-like Direction Selectivity through Spike-Timing Dependent Plasticity. IETE J res. 49:97-111. 2003

Honda M, Urakubo H, Tanaka K, Kuroda S. Analysis of development of direction selectivity in retinotectum by a neural circuit model with spike timing-dependent plasticity. J Neurosci 26:1516-1527 2011

Miller KD. Correlation-Based Models of Neural Development, in Neuroscience and Connectionist Theory, Gluck MA and Rummelhart DE, eds. 1990.

Miller KD. A Model for the Development of Simple Cell Receptive Fields and the Ordered Arrangement of Orientation Columns through Activity-dependent Competition between ON- and OFF-Center Inputs. J Neurosci 14:409-441 1994

Miller KD. Models of activity-dependent neural development. Prog. Brain Res. 102:303-318 1994

Wimbauer S, Wenisch OG, Miller KD, van Hemmen JL. Development of spatiotemporal receptive fields of simple cells: I. Model formulation. Biol. Cybern. 77:453-461 1997

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