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For example, since cells in VI are selective for orientation (~ as well as retinal position (r, 0), the activity fields are naturally three-dimensional, r 0, (~). Furthermore, there is substantial evidence (surveyed, for example, in MacLennan 1991) that they are sensitive to spatial frequency f as well, so we actually have four-dimensional fields 0, 1). In these cases, representation in the cortex requires that the field be reduced to two dimensions in a way that does as little violence to the proximity relations as possible.

Morasso and F. Frisone Figure 5: Simulated Nissl stain of cortical region. time, is reluctant to establish very long connections as a consequence of the topological continuity of the receptive field distribution. The final solution constructed by this mechanism for the 3-D case is shown in figure 5. The left part of the figure displays the (un-intelligible) full set of lateral connections (on average, 12 per neuron). The right part shows a simulated Nissl stain, where cortical "columns" injected with the same "color" are given the same graphical symbol (+,x,*,o) and non-colored Columns are identified by a dot.

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