M(A) = 0 For any stationary pattern of light and dark over the line of n receptors.
M(A) = 0 For a light/dark boundary moving to the right at unit velocity.
M(A) = 0 For a dark/light boundary moving to the right at unit velocity.
M(A) = 011111 ... 1 For a dark/light or a light/dark boundary moving to the left at unit velocity. The first zero in the output sequence is because no output occurs when the contrast change first hits the a^ receptor. Output starts when it hits the (n - 1)th receptor.
M(A) = (011111 ... 1) For a dark or light spot of width 8 moving with v = -1 (to the left).
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