Volume 100, Number 1, January 2009 Volume 100:
Half a Century of Biological Cybernetics
- J. Leo van Hemmen:
Editorial to volume 100 of Biological Cybernetics.
- Andrea Greve, David C. Sterratt, David I. Donaldson, David J. Willshaw, Mark C. W. van Rossum:
Optimal learning rules for familiarity detection.
- Andreas Bahmer, Gerald Langner:
A simulation of chopper neurons in the cochlear nucleus with wideband input from onset neurons.
- Claudio Castellini, P. Patrick van der Smagt:
Surface EMG in advanced hand prosthetics.
- Jacoba E. Smit, Tania Hanekom, Johan J. Hanekom:
Modelled temperature-dependent excitability behaviour of a single ranvier node for a human peripheral sensory nerve fibre.
- Tim C. Kietzmann, Sascha Lange, Martin A. Riedmiller:
Computational object recognition: a biologically motivated approach.
- Adrian Haith, Sethu Vijayakumar:
Implications of different classes of sensorimotor disturbance for cerebellar-based motor learning models.
Volume 100, Number 2, February 2009
- Dusan Ristanovic, Nebojsa T. Milosevic, Herbert F. Jelinek, Ivan B. Stefanovic:
Mathematical modelling of neuronal dendritic branching patterns in two dimensions: application to retinal ganglion cells in the cat and rat.
- Luca Ascari, Ulisse Bertocchi, Paolo Corradi, Cecilia Laschi, Paolo Dario:
Bio-inspired grasp control in a robotic hand with massive sensorial input.
- Andrei V. Sazonov, Chin Keong Ho, Jan W. M. Bergmans, Johan B. A. M. Arends, Paul A. M. Griep, Evgeny A. Verbitskiy, Pierre J. M. Cluitmans, Paul A. J. M. Boon:
An investigation of the phase locking index for measuring of interdependency of cortical source signals recorded in the EEG.
- Eleni Vasilaki, Stefano Fusi, Xiao-Jing Wang, Walter Senn:
Learning flexible sensori-motor mappings in a complex network.
- Felix Polyakov, Eran Stark, Rotem Drori, Moshe Abeles, Tamar Flash:
Parabolic movement primitives and cortical states: merging optimality with geometric invariance.
Volume 100, Number 3, March 2009
- Kameliya Dimova, Michael Denham:
A neurally plausible model of the dynamics of motion integration in smooth eye pursuit based on recursive Bayesian estimation.
- Francis Colas, Fabien Flacher, Thomas Tanner, Pierre Bessière, Benoît Girard:
Bayesian models of eye movement selection with retinotopic maps.
- Maria Piotrkiewicz, Lydia Kudina, Michal Jakubiec:
Computer simulation study of the relationship between the profile of excitatory postsynaptic potential and stimulus-correlated motoneuron firing.
- Paul V. Watkins, Thomas L. Chen, Dennis L. Barbour:
A computational framework for topographies of cortical areas.
- Minija Tamosiunaite, Tamim Asfour, Florentin Wörgötter:
Learning to reach by reinforcement learning using a receptive field based function approximation approach with continuous actions.
Volume 100, Number 4, April 2009
- Moritz Bürck, J. Leo van Hemmen:
Neuronal identification of signal periodicity by balanced inhibition.
- Javier Molina-Vilaplana, José Luis Contreras-Vidal, M. T. Herrero-Ezquerro, Juan López Coronado:
A model for altered neural network dynamics related to prehension movements in Parkinson disease.
- Francisco B. Rodríguez, Ramón Huerta:
Techniques for temporal detection of neural sensitivity to external stimulation.
- R. K. Reddy, V. Ramachandra, N. Kumar, Nandini Chatterjee Singh:
Categorization of environmental sounds.
- A. I. Kostyukov, S. V. Lytvynenko, N. V. Bulgakova, A. V. Gorkovenko:
Subthreshold activation of spinal motoneurones in the stretch reflex: experimental data and modeling.
- Boris B. Vladimirskiy, Eleni Vasilaki, Robert Urbanczik, Walter Senn:
Stimulus sampling as an exploration mechanism for fast reinforcement learning.
Volume 100, Number 5, May 2009
Volume 100, Number 6, June 2009 Special Issue on Neuronal Dynamics of Sensory Coding
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- André Longtin, John Rinzel:
Neuronal dynamics of sensory coding: the legacy of Jose Pedro Segundo.
- George P. Moore:
Afternoons with Segundo.
- Andrew S. French:
The systems analysis approach to mechanosensory coding.
- Rasmus S. Petersen, Stefano Panzeri, Miguel Maravall:
Neural coding and contextual influences in the whisker system.
- Barry J. Richmond:
Stochasticity, spikes and decoding: sufficiency and utility of order statistics.
- D. R. Brillinger, K. A. Lindsay, J. R. Rosenberg:
Combining frequency and time domain approaches to systems with multiple spike train input and output.
- Connie Sutherland, Brent Doiron, André Longtin:
Feedback-induced gain control in stochastic spiking networks.
- Roman Borisyuk, David Chik, Yakov B. Kazanovich:
Visual perception of ambiguous figures: synchronization based neural models.
- Simon Peter Peron, Fabrizio Gabbiani:
Role of spike-frequency adaptation in shaping neuronal response to dynamic stimuli.
- Brian J. Fischer, José Luis Peña:
Bilateral matching of frequency tuning in neural cross-correlators of the owl.