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Thursday, 18 August 2005 20:45
Zuley Rivera-Alvidrez, "Computational modeling of neurons involved in fly motion detection," MS thesis (Advisor Charles M. Higgins), Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, The University of Arizona, August 2005.
11 articles found.
Feb 29 2016 -
"Neural Network Visual Binding"
Oct 18 2011 -
"A Neuronally-Based Model of Contrast Gain Adaptation in Fly Motion Vision"
by Zuley Rivera-Alvidrez, Ichi Lin, and Charles M. Higgins (Journal papers)
Aug 15 2011 -
"Dipteran Elementary Motion Detection"
Jun 18 2010 -
"A Biologically Realistic Model of Fly Elementary Motion Detection"
by Ichi Lin (Theses)
Oct 18 2006 -
"Parallel Processing in the Optic Lobes of Flies and the Occurrence of Motion Computing Circuits"
by N. J. Strausfeld, J. Douglass, H. Campbell, and C. M. Higgins (Book chapters)
Oct 18 2005 -
"The Neuronal Basis of Direction Selectivity in Lobula Plate Tangential Cells"
by Timothy Melano and Charles M. Higgins (Journal papers)
Oct 18 2005 -
"Contrast Saturation in a Neuronally-Based Model of Elementary Motion Detection"
by Zuley Rivera-Alvidrez and Charles M. Higgins (Journal papers)
Aug 18 2005 -
"Motion adaptation in a neuronally-based model of elementary motion detection"
by Zuley Rivera-Alvidrez and C. M. Higgins (Conference abstracts)
Jul 18 2004 -
"The computational basis of an identified neuronal circuit for elementary motion detection in dipterous insects"
by C. M. Higgins, J. K. Douglass, and N. J. Strausfeld (Journal papers)
Nov 18 2001 -
"A Model for Directional Selectivity in an Insect based on Non-directional Motion Cells and Appropriate to Cross Phyla Comparisons"
by C. M. Higgins, T. Vaneck, P. Joshi, and N. J. Strausfeld (Conference abstracts)
Aug 07 2001 -
"A Computational Model of Dipteran Elementary Motion Detection"
by Charles M. Higgins (Conference abstracts)
In absentia lucis,
Professor Higgins is again
part of the Nifty Fifty