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Journal Article (8)

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    Journal Article
    Cuntz, H.; Forstner, F.; Schnell, B.; Ammer, G.; Raghu, S. V.; Borst, A.: Preserving Neural Function under Extreme Scaling. PLOS ONE 8 (8), e71540 (2013)
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    Journal Article
    Cuntz, H.; Forstner, F.; Borst, A.; Hausser, M.: The TREES Toolbox-Probing the Basis of Axonal and Dendritic Branching. Neuroinformatics 9 (1), pp. 91 - 96 (2011)
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    Journal Article
    Cuntz, H.; Forstner, F.; Borst, A.; Häusser, M.: One Rule to Grow Them All: A General Theory of Neuronal Branching and Its Practical Application. PLoS Computational Biology 6 (8), e1000877, pp. [1] - [14] (2010)
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    Journal Article
    Cuntz, H.; Forstner, F.; Haag, J.; Borst, A.: The Morphological Identity of Insect Dendrites. PLoS Computational Biology 4 (12), e1000251, pp. [1] - [7] (2008)
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    Journal Article
    Weber, F.; Eichner, H.; Cuntz, H.; Borst, A.: Eigenanalysis of a neural network for optic flow processing. New Journal of Physics 10, 015013 (2008)
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    Journal Article
    Cuntz, H.; Haag, J.; Forstner, F.; Segev, I.; Borst, A.: Robust coding of flow-field parameters by axo-axonal gap junctions between fly visual interneurons. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104 (24), pp. 10229 - 10233 (2007)
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    Journal Article
    Cuntz, H.; Borst, A.; Segev, I.: Optimization principles of dendritic structure. Theoretical Biology and Medical Modeling 4, p. 28 - 28 (2007)
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    Journal Article
    Cuntz, H.; Haag, J.; Borst, A.: Neural image processing by dendritic networks. PNAS 100 (19), pp. 11082 - 11085 (2003)

Book Chapter (1)

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    Book Chapter
    Cuntz, H.; Haag, J.; Borst, A.: Modelling the Cellular Mechanisms of Fly Optic Flow Processing. In: Springer Series in Computational Neuroscience 11, Vol. 11, pp. 259 - 275 (Eds. Cuntz, H.; Remme, M. W. H.; Torben-Nielsen, B.). Springer, New York (2014)

Thesis - PhD (1)

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    Thesis - PhD
    Cuntz, H.: Input Organization of Motion-Sensitive Interneurons in the Fly. Dissertation, Eberhard - Karls - Universität, Tübingen (2004)
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