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Synchronous firing limits the amount of information that can be extracted by averaging the firing rates of similarly tuned neurons. Here, we show that the loss of rate-coded information between retinal ganglion cells due to synchronous oscillations can be overcome by exploiting the information encoded by the correlations themselves. Two very different models, one based on axon-mediated inhibitory feedback, the other on oscillatory common input, were used to generate artificial spike trainsdoi:10.1162/0899766041941916 pmid:15476601 fatcat:eao6kj5k5nabjhbudlprsu7xc4