Speed-Selectivity in Retinal Ganglion Cells is Sharpened by Broad Spatial Frequency, Naturalistic Stimuli

Motion detection represents one of the critical tasks of the visual system and has motivated a large body of research. However, it remains unclear precisely why the response of retinal ganglion cells (RGCs) to simple artificial stimuli does not …

Differential response of the retinal neural code with respect to the sparseness of natural images

Spatiotemporal tuning of retinal ganglion cells dependent on the context of signal presentation

Contrast sensitivity adaptation in a virtual spiking retina and its adequation with mammalians retinas