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Biol. Cybern.67.5l l-521 (1992) Two-dimensionalcoding of Iinear acceleration
 

Summary: Biol. Cybern.67.5l l-521 (1992)
Two-dimensionalcoding of Iinear acceleration
Biolooical
Cybeinetics
@ Springer-Verlag 1992
and the angular velocity sensitivity of the otolith system
Dora E. Angelaki
Departmentof Neurology,Universityof Zirich, CH-8091Zirich, Switzerland
ReceivedDecember3, L99llAcceptedin revisedform April 10, 1992
Abstract. There exist otolith-sensitive vestibular nuclei
neurons with spatio-temporal properties that can be
described by two responsevectors that are in temporal
and spatial quadrature. These neurons respond to the
component of a stimulus vector on a plane rather than
a single axis. It is demonstrated here that these"two-di-
mensional" linear accelerometer neurons can function
as one-dimensional angular velocity detectors.The two-
dimensional property in both space and time allows
these neurons to encode the component of the stimulus
angular velocity vector that is normal to the plane

  

Source: Angelaki, Dora - Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Washington University in St. Louis

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine