Local versus distributed: A poor taxonomy of neural coding strategies

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (5):700-702 (2004)
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Page is to be congratulated for challenging some misconceptions about neural representation. However, his target article, and the commentaries to it, highlight that the terms “local” and “distributed” are open to misinterpretation. These terms provide a poor description of neural coding strategies and a better taxonomy might resolve some of the issues.
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