Spatio Temporal Receptive Field

The spatio temporal receptive field (STRF) of a neuron represents which types of stimuli excite or inhibit that neuron. If linearity is assumed, the neuron can be modelled as having a time-varying firing rate equal to the convolution of the stimulus with the STRF.

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