Martin Egelhaaf
Martin Egelhaaf
Bielefeld University, Neurobiology & CITEC (Cluster of Excellence Cognitive Interaction Technology)
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Principles of visual motion detection
A Borst, M Egelhaaf
Trends in neurosciences 12 (8), 297-306, 1989
5701989
Computational structure of a biological motion-detection system as revealed by local detector analysis in the fly’s nervous system
M Egelhaaf, A Borst, W Reichardt
JOSA A 6 (7), 1070-1087, 1989
2911989
Neural mechanisms of visual course control in insects
K Hausen, M Egelhaaf
Facets of vision, 391-424, 1989
2741989
Transient and steady-state response properties of movement detectors
M Egelhaaf, A Borst
JOSA A 6 (1), 116-127, 1989
2111989
On the neuronal basis of figure-ground discrimination by relative motion in the visual system of the fly. 2: Figure-dectection cells, a new class of visual interneurones
M Egelhaaf
Biological Cybernetics 52 (3), 1985
1981985
Neural encoding of behaviourally relevant visual-motion information in the fly
M Egelhaaf, R Kern, HG Krapp, J Kretzberg, R Kurtz, AK Warzecha
Trends in neurosciences 25 (2), 96-102, 2002
1752002
A look into the cockpit of the fly: visual orientation, algorithms, and identified neurons
M Egelhaaf, A Borst
Journal of Neuroscience 13 (11), 4563-4574, 1993
1711993
Prototypical components of honeybee homing flight behavior depend on the visual appearance of objects surrounding the goal
E Braun, L Dittmar, N Boeddeker, M Egelhaaf
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 6, 1, 2012
1642012
Visual course control in flies relies on neuronal computation of object and background motion
M Egelhaaf, K Hausen, W Reichardt, C Wehrhahn
Trends in neurosciences 11 (8), 351-358, 1988
1591988
Binocular contributions to optic flow processing in the fly visual system
HG Krapp, R Hengstenberg, M Egelhaaf
Journal of Neurophysiology 85 (2), 724-734, 2001
1582001
On the neuronal basis of figure-ground discrimination by relative motion in the visual system of the fly
M Egelhaaf
Biological Cybernetics 52 (2), 123-140, 1985
1431985
On the neuronal basis of figure-ground discrimination by relative motion in the visual system of the fly
M Egelhaaf
Biological Cybernetics 52 (2), 123-140, 1985
1431985
Dynamic response properties of movement detectors: theoretical analysis and electrophysiological investigation in the visual system of the fly
M Egelhaaf, W Reichardt
Biological Cybernetics 56 (2-3), 69-87, 1987
1361987
Mechanisms of dendritic integration underlying gain control in fly motion-sensitive interneurons
A Borst, M Egelhaaf, J Haag
Journal of computational neuroscience 2 (1), 5-18, 1995
1331995
Function of a fly motion-sensitive neuron matches eye movements during free flight
R Kern, JH Van Hateren, C Michaelis, JP Lindemann, M Egelhaaf
PLoS biology 3 (6), 2005
1302005
In vivo imaging of calcium accumulation in fly interneurons as elicited by visual motion stimulation.
A Borst, M Egelhaaf
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 89 (9), 4139-4143, 1992
1291992
Neural circuit tuning fly visual interneurons to motion of small objects. I. Dissection of the circuit by pharmacological and photoinactivation techniques
AK Warzecha, M Egelhaaf, A Borst
Journal of Neurophysiology 69 (2), 329-339, 1993
1271993
Movement detection in arthropods
M Egelhaaf, A Borst
Visual Motion and its Role in the Stabilization of Gaze, 1993
1121993
Vision in flying insects
M Egelhaaf, R Kern
Current opinion in neurobiology 12 (6), 699-706, 2002
1052002
Speed tuning in elementary motion detectors of the correlation type
JM Zanker, MV Srinivasan, M Egelhaaf
Biological cybernetics 80 (2), 109-116, 1999
1011999
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