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Wiener-Hopf equations & Convolution and correlation in continuous time

In this lecture the famous Wiener-Hopf equations are introduced, and it is shown how they can be used to calculate the filter in a model of the neuron, where the output is a linear filtration of the stimulus. In addition, convolution and correlation in continuous time as opposed to discrete time is presented.

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