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Journal of Vision
Over the brief time intervals available for processing retinal output, the number of spikes generated by individual ganglion cells can be quite variable. Here, two examples of extreme synergy are used to illustrate how realistic long-range spatiotemporal correlations can greatly improve the quality of retinal images reconstructed from computer-generated spike trains that are 25-400 ms in duration, approximately the time between saccadic eye movements. Firing probabilities were specified bothdoi:10.1167/10.3.21 pmid:20377298 fatcat:eaj6yuggurgwhnqthommbwqazu