Christopher DiMattina

Affiliations: 
Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, FL, United States 
Area:
Computational Neuroscience, Vision Science
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Parents

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Xiaoqin Wang grad student Johns Hopkins
Kechen Zhang grad student 2009 Johns Hopkins
 (Neural network analysis of sensory processing and active data collection.)
Michael S. Lewicki post-doc Case Western

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Curtis L. Baker collaborator 2016- McGill
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DiMattina C, Baker CL. (2019) Modeling second-order boundary perception: A machine learning approach. Plos Computational Biology. 15: e1006829
DiMattina C. (2016) Comparing models of contrast gain using psychophysical experiments. Journal of Vision. 16: 1
DiMattina C. (2015) Fast adaptive estimation of multidimensional psychometric functions. Journal of Vision. 15: 5
DiMattina C, Zhang K. (2013) Adaptive stimulus optimization for sensory systems neuroscience. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 7: 101
DiMattina C, Fox SA, Lewicki MS. (2012) Detecting natural occlusion boundaries using local cues. Journal of Vision. 12
DiMattina C, Zhang K. (2011) Active data collection for efficient estimation and comparison of nonlinear neural models. Neural Computation. 23: 2242-88
DiMattina C, Zhang K. (2010) How to modify a neural network gradually without changing its input-output functionality. Neural Computation. 22: 1-47
DiMattina C, Zhang K. (2008) How optimal stimuli for sensory neurons are constrained by network architecture. Neural Computation. 20: 668-708
DiMattina C, Wang X. (2006) Virtual vocalization stimuli for investigating neural representations of species-specific vocalizations. Journal of Neurophysiology. 95: 1244-62
Kotak VC, DiMattina C, Sanes DH. (2001) GABA(B) and Trk receptor signaling mediates long-lasting inhibitory synaptic depression. Journal of Neurophysiology. 86: 536-40
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