On the division of Cortical Cells Into Simple and Complex Types: A Comparative Viewpoint
Hubel and Weisel introduced the concept of cells in cat primary visual cortex being partitioned into two categories: simple and complex. Subsequent authors have developed a quantitative measure to distinguish the two cell types based on the ratio between
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