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Timescales of Multineuronal Activity Patterns Reflect Temporal Structure of Visual Stimuli

Figure 4

Effect of spike jitter on classification performance.

Specificity classifiers (left) and trajectory classifiers (right) for: grating stimuli (A), slow (B) and fast (C) segments of natural movies, and flashed letter sequences (D). The applied jitters are 10 ms (light green), 20 ms (yellow), 50 ms (orange), and 100 ms (red). Original classification performance, without jittering, is shown in dark green curves. Error bars represent s.d. over independent jitters.

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