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Figure 4

From: Sparse identification of contrast gain control in the fruit fly photoreceptor and amacrine cell layer

Figure 4

Example of identification of a divisive normalization model. (a) \(\mathcal{P}h^{1}_{1}\) (blue) and \(\widehat{\mathcal{P}h^{1}_{1}}\) (red, SNR 60.56 [dB]), (b) \(\mathcal{P}h^{2}_{1}\) (blue) and \(\widehat{\mathcal{P}h^{2}_{1}}\) (red, SNR 60.48 [dB]), (c) \(\mathcal{P}h^{3}_{1}\) (blue) and \(\widehat{\mathcal{P}h^{3}_{1}}\) (red, SNR 49.56 [dB]), (d\(\mathcal{P}h^{1}_{2}\), (e\(\mathcal{P}h^{2}_{2}\), (f) \(\mathcal{P}h^{3}_{2}\), (g) \(\widehat{\mathcal{P}h^{1}_{2}}\) (SNR 60.59 [dB]), (h) \(\widehat{\mathcal{P}h^{2}_{2}}\) (SNR 60.54 [dB]), (i) \(\widehat{\mathcal{P}h^{3}_{2}}\) (SNR 60.61 [dB])

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