The collection of chapters in this book explore these principles across the senses in both vertebrates and invertebrates with a rich smorgasbord of case studies that explain how matched sensory filters are an essential feature in the ecology of animal sensing. The ecology of animal senses matched filters for economical sensing the ecology of animal senses matched filters for economical sensing hardback edited by eric the individual contributions discuss that the evolution of sensing systems resulted from the necessity to achieve the most efficient sensing of vital information at the . Matched filtering and the ecology of vision in insects thus drastically improving the efficiency of sensing and by severely limiting information picked up by the brain the energetic costs that would have been associated with coding superfluous information are effectively eliminated the ecology of animal senses matched filters . Visual matched filtering in vertebrates the ecology of animal senses matched filters for economical sensing pp 169 204 isbn 978 3 319 25490 6 douglas rh and partridge jc 2011 visual adaptat ions to the deep sea in farrell ap ed encyclopedia of fish physiology academic press isbn 978 0 12 374545 3. 2015 adaptive processing in the insect olfactory system the ecology of animal senses matched filters for economical sensing 3 24 martin jp lei h riffell ja et al 2013 synchronous firing of antennal lobe projection neurons encodes the behaviorally effective ratio of sex pheromone components in male manduca sexta
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