Computational Benefits and Behavioral Implications of Multidimensional Sensory Tuning

Matthew Macellaio
Organisms’ behaviors and perceptions are shaped by the manner in which the brain processes incoming sensory information. Different sensory streams of the brain manage and process disparate types of inputs from sensory receptors in order to transform sensory information into decision and action. To adequately achieve this goal, neurons in many areas simultaneously encode multiple features of the outside world. Jointly encoding various features can, however, lead to ambiguity in the decoding process: single-trial fluctuations...
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