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The codes obtained from the responses of large populations of neurons are known as population codes. Several studies have shown that the amount of information conveyed by such codes, and the format of this information, is highly dependent on the pattern of correlations. However, very little is known about the impact of response correlations (as found in actual cortical circuits) on neural coding. To address this problem, we investigated the properties of population codes obtained from motiondoi:10.1162/neco.2008.20.1.146 pmid:18045004 fatcat:2r3e6u5mvra75ixtdrz4qrt7ai