By M.A.L. Nicolelis
A collective study attempt by means of scientists operating in laboratories worldwide, this booklet addresses concerns overlaying all points of neural inhabitants coding. This quantity, with contributions from distinct neuroscientists, is split into six sections containing a ancient assessment of the idea that of neural inhabitants, introducing a sequence of latest experimental paradigms and analytical options for investigating strength neural coding schemes and 4 sections concentrating on contemporary advances in inhabitants coding in a huge variety of parts of mind examine.
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52 MEAs for studying neural coding Retina researchers have provided fruitful examples of the directions we may wish to take with dissociated cultured networks. , 1997; Nirenberg and Latham, 1998). , 1994). For the retina, the appropriate inputs are reasonably well-defined, that is, spatial patterns of light; and the sole output of the retina is sequences of action potentials in retinal ganglion cells. Nirenberg and Latham (1998) suggest that knowing the input-output relationship of the retina is equivalent to knowing how it encodes a visual stimulus.
12. According to PDC, Xl (n)'s role as a signal source for the whole structure is equally well deducible. A question that can arise about the use of PDC regards what happens when calculations are based on the processing of a reduced number of structures than are actually representative of the structure and dynamics of the process. e. by computing the pairwise PDC of the pairs like (xl(n), x2(n)), (x3(n), xa(n)) and (xs(n), x 6 ( n ) ) without making joint calculations involving the other structures.