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The antennal lobe plays a central role for odor processing in insects, as demonstrated by electrophysiological and imaging experiments. Here we analyze the detailed temporal evolution of glomerular activity patterns in the antennal lobe of honeybees. We represent these spatiotemporal patterns as trajectories in a multidimensional space, where each dimension accounts for the activity of one glomerulus. Our data show that the trajectories reach odor-speci c steady states (attractors) thatdoi:10.1162/089976604773135078 pmid:15070507 fatcat:dummj5t52zckzmbt3mpzat3imy