Dr. Holger Krapp


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Holger Krapp

Position: Doktorand  Abteilung: Alumni Kirschfeld

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Artikel (6):

Franz MO, Chahl JS und Krapp HG (November-2004) Insect-inspired estimation of egomotion Neural Computation 16(11) 2245-2260.
Krapp HG, Hengstenberg R und Egelhaaf M (Februar-2001) Binocular Contributions to Optic Flow Processing in the Fly Visual System Journal of Neurophysiology 85(2) 724-734.
Franz MO und Krapp HG (August-2000) Wide-field, motion-sensitive neurons and matched filters for optic flow fields Biological Cybernetics 83(3) 185-197.
Krapp HG, Hengstenberg B und Hengstenberg R (April-1998) Dendritic structure and receptive-field organization of optic flow processing interneurons in the fly. Journal of Neurophysiology 79(4) 1902-1917.
Krapp HG und Hengstenberg R (Februar-1997) A fast stimulus procedure to determine local receptive field properties of motion-sensitive visual interneurons. Vision Research 37(2) 225-234.
Krapp HG und Hengstenberg R (Dezember-1996) Estimation of self-motion by optic flow processing in single visual interneurons. Nature 384(6608) 463-466.

Beiträge zu Büchern (2):

Dahmen H-J, Franz MO und Krapp HG: Extracting egomotion from optic flow: limits of accuracy and neural matched filters, 143-168. In: Motion Vision: Computational, Neural, and Ecological Constraints, (Ed) J.M. Zanker, Springer, Berlin, Germany, (2001).
Hengstenberg R, Krapp HG und Hengstenberg B: Visual sensation of self-motion in the blowfly Calliphora., 53-70. (Ed) C.Taddei-Ferretti, World Scientific Publishers, 5 Tuh Tuck Link, 596224 Singapore, (1998).

Technische Berichte (1):

Franz MO und Krapp HG: Wide-Field, Motion-Sensitive Neurons and Optimal Matched Filters for Optic Flow, 61, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, (Juni-1998).

Poster (7):

Franz MO, Hengstenberg R und Krapp HG (Mai-1998): VS-neurons as matched filters for self-motion-induced optic flow fields, 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: New Neuroethology on the Move, Göttingen, Germany.
Hengstenberg R und Krapp HG (1996): Distribution of roll motion sensitivity in the eyes of Calliphora: a comparison between neurons and behaviour., Brain and Evolution, Vol. II, (Eds.) N. Elsner, H.U. Schnitzler. Thieme, Stuttgart 1996 349.
Krapp HG und Hengstenberg R (September-1995): Filter neurons for specific optic flow patterns in the fly's visual systems, 4th International Congress of Neuroethology, Cambridge, UK.
Krapp HG und Hengstenberg R (1995): Comparison between optic fields and response fields of visual interneurons in the lobula plate of the blowfly Calliphora.(In:Learning and Memory, Elsner,N. and Menzel, R.).
Krapp HG, Hengstenberg B und Hengstenberg R (1994): Correspondence of dendritic field structure, receptive field organization and specific optic flow patterns in visual interneurons of the blowfly Calliphora.(In:Sensory Transduction, Vol 2, ed. by Elsner,N.,Breer,H.).
Krapp HG und Hengstenberg R (1993): Representation of specific optical flow fields in lobula plate neurons of the blowfly Calliphora.(In:Gene, Brain, Behavior, ed. by Elsner,N.and Heisenberg,M.).
Krapp HG und Hengstenberg R (Juni-1992): Reliability of a fast method to determine locally the preferred direction of motion sensitive neurons, Rhythmogenesis in Neurons and Networks: 20th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference, Göttingen, Germany.

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