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Zeitschriftenartikel (6)

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Zeitschriftenartikel
Franz, M.; Chahl, J.; Krapp, H.: Insect-inspired estimation of egomotion. Neural computation 16 (11), S. 2245 - 2260 (2004)
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Zeitschriftenartikel
Krapp, H.; Hengstenberg, R.; Egelhaaf, M.: Binocular contributions to optic flow processing in the fly visual system. Journal of Neurophysiology 85 (2), S. 724 - 734 (2001)
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Zeitschriftenartikel
Franz, M.; Krapp, H.: Wide-field, motion-sensitive neurons and matched filters for optic flow fields. Biological Cybernetics 83 (3), S. 185 - 197 (2000)
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Zeitschriftenartikel
Krapp, H.; Hengstenberg, B.; Hengstenberg, R.: Dendritic structure and receptive-field organization of optic flow processing interneurons in the fly. Journal of Neurophysiology 79 (4), S. 1902 - 1917 (1998)
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Zeitschriftenartikel
Krapp, H.; Hengstenberg, R.: A fast stimulus procedure to determine local receptive field properties of motion-sensitive visual interneurons. Vision Research 37 (2), S. 225 - 234 (1997)
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Zeitschriftenartikel
Krapp, H.; Hengstenberg, R.: Estimation of self-motion by optic flow processing in single visual interneurons. Nature 384 (6608), S. 463 - 466 (1996)

Buchkapitel (1)

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Buchkapitel
Dahmen, H.-J.; Franz, M.; Krapp, H.: Extracting egomotion from optic flow: limits of accuracy and neural matched filters. In: Motion Vision: Computational, Neural, and Ecological Constraints, S. 143 - 168 (Hg. Zanker, J.; Zeil, J.). Springer, Berlin, Germany (2001)

Konferenzbeitrag (1)

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Konferenzbeitrag
Hengstenberg, R.; Krapp, H.; Hengstenberg, B.: Visual sensation of self-motion in the blowfly Calliphora. In: Biophysics of photoreception: molecular and phototransductive events, 53, S. 53 - 70 (Hg. Taddei-Ferretti, C.). International School of Biophysics 1994, Napoli, Italy, 10. Oktober 1994 - 16. Oktober 1994. World Scientific Publishing, Singapore (1998)

Poster (8)

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Poster
Hardcastle, B.; Schwyn, D.; Longden, K.; Bierig, K.; Tanaka, R.; Krapp, H.: Ocellar contributions to gaze control: a behavioural linear systems analysis in the blowfly. Tenth International Congress of Neuroethology (ICN 2012), College Park, MD, USA (2012)
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Poster
Franz, M.; Hengstenberg, R.; Krapp, H.: VS-neurons as matched filters for self-motion-induced optic flow fields. 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference, Göttingen, Germany (1998)
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Poster
Hengstenberg, R.; Krapp, H.: Distribution of roll motion sensitivity in the eyes of Calliphora: a comparison between neurons and behaviour. 24th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: Brain and Evolution, Göttingen, Germany (1996)
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Poster
Krapp, H.; Hengstenberg, R.: Filter neurons for specific optic flow patterns in the fly's visual systems. 4th International Congress of Neuroethology, Cambridge, UK (1995)
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Poster
Krapp, H.; Hengstenberg, R.: Comparison between optic fields and response fields of visual interneurons in the lobula plate of the blowfly Calliphora. 23rd Göttingen Neurobiology Conference, Göttingen, Germany (1995)
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Poster
Krapp, H.; Hengstenberg, B.; Hengstenberg, R.: Correspondence of dendritic field structure, receptive field organization and specific optic flow patterns in visual interneurons of the blowfly Calliphora. 22nd Göttingen Neurobiology Conference, Göttingen, Germany (1994)
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Poster
Krapp, H.; Hengstenberg, R.: Representation of specific optical flow fields in lobula plate neurons of the blowfly Calliphora. 21. Göttinger Neurobiologentagung, Göttingen, Germany (1993)
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Poster
Krapp, H.; Hengstenberg, R.: Reliability of a fast method to determine locally the preferred direction of motion sensitive neurons. 20. Göttinger Neurobiologentagung, Göttingen, Germany (1992)

Hochschulschrift - Doktorarbeit (1)

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Hochschulschrift - Doktorarbeit
Krapp, H.: Repräsentation von Eigenbewegungen der Schmeißfliege Calliphora erythrocephala in VS-Neuronen des dritten visuellen Neuropils. Dissertation, 109 S., Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen, Germany (1995)

Bericht (1)

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Bericht
Franz, M.; Krapp, H.: Wide-Field, Motion-Sensitive Neurons and Optimal Matched Filters for Optic Flow (Technical Report of the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, 61). Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany (1998), 18 S.
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