Trends in Research 2004
: Stimulus transmission by tonic and burst responses in a minimal model of thalamic circuit.
Aurel A. Lazar
: Time encoding with an integrate-and-fire neuron with a refractory period.
, Ichiro Tsuda
: Neocortical gap junction-coupled interneuron systems may induce chaotic behavior itinerant among quasi-attractors exhibiting transient synchrony.
: Non-self-rejection by emergent structures on evolving networks of the spiking neurons.
: Pattern languages: a new paradigm for neurocomputation.
, Takaaki Aoki
: Possible role of synchronous input spike trains in controlling the function of neural networks.
, Stefano Fusi
: Slow stochastic learning with global inhibition: a biological solution to the binary perceptron problem.
William B. Levy
: Contrasting rules for synaptogenesis, modification of existing synapses, and synaptic removal as a function of neuronal computation.
, Yoram Grossman
: Analysis of dendritic distribution of voltage-dependent channels effects on EPSP and its reciprocal inhibition in alpha-motoneurons: computer model.
, David M. Halliday
: Axial current reversal promotes synchronous correlation between dendritic membrane potentials during large-scale synaptic input.
: Localization of activated Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II within a spine: modeling and computer simulation.
P. Dwight Kuo
, Chris Eliasmith
: Understanding interactions between networks controlling distinct behaviours: Escape and swimming in larval zebrafish.
Luis M. Sarro
: Characterization of dendrites as nonlinear computation devices.
: Extracting and exposing predictive cortical columns for selective attention.
Linda J. Lanyon
, Susan L. Denham
: A biased competition computational model of spatial and object-based attention mediating active visual search.
, Tamás F. Freund
: The contributions of different interneuron types to the activity patterns and plasticity of pyramidal cells in the hippocampus.