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A model of lateral inhibition and directional selectivity in the crayfish compound eye
This study models the network interactions of five classes of neurons in the crayfish retina which support lateral inhibition and directional selectivity. The models approximate pulse responses and responses to drifting sinusoidal gratings in each cell type. Lateral inhibition is implemented by a shunting inhibitory feedback from lamina amacrine cells ...