Matthew Chalk
Matthew Chalk
Sorbonne Universite
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Attention reduces stimulus-driven gamma frequency oscillations and spike field coherence in V1
M Chalk, JL Herrero, MA Gieselmann, LS Delicato, S Gotthardt, A Thiele
Neuron 66 (1), 114-125, 2010
Rapidly learned stimulus expectations alter perception of motion
M Chalk, AR Seitz, P Seriès
Journal of vision 10 (8), 2-2, 2010
Relevant sparse codes with variational information bottleneck
M Chalk, O Marre, G Tkacik
Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, 1957-1965, 2016
Complexity and specificity of experimentally-induced expectations in motion perception
N Gekas, M Chalk, AR Seitz, P Seriès
Journal of vision 13 (4), 8-8, 2013
Toward a unified theory of efficient, predictive, and sparse coding
M Chalk, O Marre, G Tkačik
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (1), 186-191, 2018
Neural oscillations as a signature of efficient coding in the presence of synaptic delays
M Chalk, B Gutkin, S Deneve
Elife 5, e13824, 2016
Efficiency turns the table on neural encoding, decoding and noise
S Deneve, M Chalk
Current Opinion in Neurobiology 37, 141-148, 2016
Separating intrinsic interactions from extrinsic correlations in a network of sensory neurons
U Ferrari, S Deny, M Chalk, G Tkačik, O Marre, T Mora
Physical Review E 98 (4), 042410, 2018
Sensory noise predicts divisive reshaping of receptive fields
M Chalk, P Masset, S Deneve, B Gutkin
PLoS computational biology 13 (6), e1005582, 2017
Attention as reward-driven optimization of sensory processing
M Chalk, I Murray, P Seriès
Neural computation 25 (11), 2904-2933, 2013
Inferring the function performed by a recurrent neural network
M Chalk, G Tkačik, O Marre
bioRxiv, 598086, 2019
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