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Pei Liang, Roland Kern, Rafael Kurtz, Martin Egelhaaf. J Neurophysiol 2011
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Fly motion vision.
Alexander Borst, Juergen Haag, Dierk F Reiff. Annu Rev Neurosci 2010
180
81

Adaptation accentuates responses of fly motion-sensitive visual neurons to sudden stimulus changes.
Rafael Kurtz, Martin Egelhaaf, Hanno Gerd Meyer, Roland Kern. Proc Biol Sci 2009
19
81

Function of a fly motion-sensitive neuron matches eye movements during free flight.
Roland Kern, J H van Hateren, Christian Michaelis, Jens Peter Lindemann, Martin Egelhaaf. PLoS Biol 2005
87
72

Binocular contributions to optic flow processing in the fly visual system.
H G Krapp, R Hengstenberg, M Egelhaaf. J Neurophysiol 2001
103
72

Encoding of naturalistic optic flow by a population of blowfly motion-sensitive neurons.
K Karmeier, J H van Hateren, R Kern, M Egelhaaf. J Neurophysiol 2006
58
72

The fine structure of honeybee head and body yaw movements in a homing task.
Norbert Boeddeker, Laura Dittmar, Wolfgang Stürzl, Martin Egelhaaf. Proc Biol Sci 2010
61
72

Object representation and distance encoding in three-dimensional environments by a neural circuit in the visual system of the blowfly.
Pei Liang, Jochen Heitwerth, Roland Kern, Rafael Kurtz, Martin Egelhaaf. J Neurophysiol 2012
25
72

Spatial vision in insects is facilitated by shaping the dynamics of visual input through behavioral action.
Martin Egelhaaf, Norbert Boeddeker, Roland Kern, Rafael Kurtz, Jens P Lindemann. Front Neural Circuits 2012
49
72

Identifying prototypical components in behaviour using clustering algorithms.
Elke Braun, Bart Geurten, Martin Egelhaaf. PLoS One 2010
43
63


Optic flow.
J J Koenderink. Vision Res 1986
367
63

Blowfly flight characteristics are shaped by environmental features and controlled by optic flow information.
Roland Kern, Norbert Boeddeker, Laura Dittmar, Martin Egelhaaf. J Exp Biol 2012
30
63

Pattern-dependent response modulations in motion-sensitive visual interneurons--a model study.
Hanno Gerd Meyer, Jens Peter Lindemann, Martin Egelhaaf. PLoS One 2011
19
54


Neural encoding of behaviourally relevant visual-motion information in the fly.
Martin Egelhaaf, Roland Kern, Holger G Krapp, Jutta Kretzberg, Rafael Kurtz, Anne Kathrin Warzecha. Trends Neurosci 2002
91
54

FliMax, a novel stimulus device for panoramic and highspeed presentation of behaviourally generated optic flow.
J P Lindemann, R Kern, C Michaelis, P Meyer, J H van Hateren, M Egelhaaf. Vision Res 2003
45
54


Responses of blowfly motion-sensitive neurons to reconstructed optic flow along outdoor flight paths.
N Boeddeker, J P Lindemann, M Egelhaaf, J Zeil. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol 2005
40
45

Prototypical components of honeybee homing flight behavior depend on the visual appearance of objects surrounding the goal.
Elke Braun, Laura Dittmar, Norbert Boeddeker, Martin Egelhaaf. Front Behav Neurosci 2012
57
45

Active flight increases the gain of visual motion processing in Drosophila.
Gaby Maimon, Andrew D Straw, Michael H Dickinson. Nat Neurosci 2010
234
45

Walking modulates speed sensitivity in Drosophila motion vision.
M Eugenia Chiappe, Johannes D Seelig, Michael B Reiser, Vivek Jayaraman. Curr Biol 2010
159
45

Flight activity alters velocity tuning of fly motion-sensitive neurons.
Sarah Nicola Jung, Alexander Borst, Juergen Haag. J Neurosci 2011
70
45

Neural networks in the cockpit of the fly.
A Borst, J Haag. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol 2002
156
45


A syntax of hoverfly flight prototypes.
Bart R H Geurten, Roland Kern, Elke Braun, Martin Egelhaaf. J Exp Biol 2010
45
45

Function and coding in the blowfly H1 neuron during naturalistic optic flow.
J H van Hateren, R Kern, G Schwerdtfeger, M Egelhaaf. J Neurosci 2005
39
45

Behavioural state affects motion-sensitive neurones in the fly visual system.
R Rosner, M Egelhaaf, A-K Warzecha. J Exp Biol 2010
39
45

Principles of visual motion detection.
A Borst, M Egelhaaf. Trends Neurosci 1989
283
45


Contrast sensitivity of insect motion detectors to natural images.
Andrew D Straw, Tamath Rainsford, David C O'Carroll. J Vis 2008
40
45


On the computations analyzing natural optic flow: quantitative model analysis of the blowfly motion vision pathway.
J P Lindemann, R Kern, J H van Hateren, H Ritter, M Egelhaaf. J Neurosci 2005
46
36


The interpretation of a moving retinal image.
H C Longuet-Higgins, K Prazdny. Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 1980
441
36



Binocular integration of visual information: a model study on naturalistic optic flow processing.
Patrick Hennig, Roland Kern, Martin Egelhaaf. Front Neural Circuits 2011
17
36


Motion adaptation leads to parsimonious encoding of natural optic flow by blowfly motion vision system.
J Heitwerth, R Kern, J H van Hateren, M Egelhaaf. J Neurophysiol 2005
11
36

Robustness of the tuning of fly visual interneurons to rotatory optic flow.
Katja Karmeier, Holger G Krapp, Martin Egelhaaf. J Neurophysiol 2003
32
36

Accuracy of velocity estimation by Reichardt correlators.
R O Dror, D C O'Carroll, S B Laughlin. J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis 2001
76
36


Contrast gain reduction in fly motion adaptation.
R A Harris, D C O'Carroll, S B Laughlin. Neuron 2000
97
36


Adaptation of response transients in fly motion vision. II: Model studies.
Alexander Borst, Carolina Reisenman, Juergen Haag. Vision Res 2003
48
36

Depth information in natural environments derived from optic flow by insect motion detection system: a model analysis.
Alexander Schwegmann, Jens P Lindemann, Martin Egelhaaf. Front Comput Neurosci 2014
16
36

Detection of object motion by a fly neuron during simulated flight.
B Kimmerle, M Egelhaaf. J Comp Physiol A 2000
16
27


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.