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Analysis and Modeling of Neural Systems

Author: Frank H Eeckman
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1992.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Frank H Eeckman
ISBN: 9781461540106 1461540100
OCLC Number: 851731669
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 414 pages)
Contents: I --
Analysis and Modeling Tools and Techniques --
Section 1: Analysis --
Assembly Connectivity and Activity: Methods, Results, Interpretations --
Visualization of Cortical Connections With Voltage Sensitive Dyes --
Channels, Coupling, and Synchronized Rhythmic Bursting Activity --
Sparse-stimulation and Wiener Kernels --
Quantitative Search for Stimulus-Specific Patterns in the Human Electroencephalogram (EEG) During a Somatosensory Task --
Section 2: Modeling --
Functional Insights About Synaptic Inputs to Dendrites --
Dendritic Control of Hebbian Computations --
Low Threshold Spikes and Rhythmic Oscillations in Thalamic Neurons --
The Role of 3-D Reconstruction in the Analysis and Modeling of Neural Systems --
Efficient Modeling of Realistic Neural Networks with Application to the Olfactory Bulb --
CAJAL: A Biological Neural Network Simulator --
Neurobuilder: A User Interface and Network Simulator for Building Neurobiological Networks --
Design for Purkinje Cells --
A Computational Model of the Cerebellum --
II: Sensory Systems --
Section 3: Visual System --
Retinal Circuits for Daylight: Why Ballplayers Don't Wear Shades --
Explaining Lateral Interactions in the Retina with the Help of Models --
Dynamic Aspects of Receptive Field Organization in Area VI of the Macaque Monkey --
Sequence Discriminating Neural Network in the Eye of the Fly --
Temporal Resolution in Vision: Psychophysical Experiments and Neural Structure --
Voltage- and Current-Clamp Simulation of Hermissenda Type B Cell Responses --
Light Sensitivity in Cones is affected by the Feedback from Horizontal Cells --
A Model for the Changes in Coupling and Kinetics of Cone Driven Retinal Horizontal Cells During Light/Dark Adaptation --
Optimal Filtering in the Salamander Retina --
Receptive Field Image Modeling Through Cellular Neural Networks --
A Cellular Automaton Simulation of the Development of Ocular Dominance Columns --
Section 4: Auditory System --
Hearing as Seeing: Space and Time in Auditory Processing --
Delay Lines for Detection of Interaural Time Differences in the Barn Owl --
A Parallel Neural Model for Auditory Front End Processing --
A Modeling Study of Single Neurons and Neural Circuits of the Ventral and Dorsal Cochlear Nucleus --
Models of the Computation of Sound Elevation in the Barn Owl --
Self Organization in Auditory Neural Models --
Section 5: Other Sensory Systems --
GABAergic Modulation of Average Evoked Potentials in Rat Olfactory Bulb --
Learning with Synaptic Nonlinearities in a Coupled Oscillator Model of Olfactory Cortex --
Reading Between the Spikes in the Cereal Filiform Hair Receptors of the Cricket --
III: Motor Systems --
Section 6: Central Pattern Generators (CPG's) --
Dynamic Re-Wiring of CPG Circuits in a Simple Nervous System --
Modeling Neural Systems: Interactions between Mathematical Analysis, Simulation, and Experimentation in the Lamprey --
Section 7: Cortex, Cerebellum and Spinal Cord --
Positive Feedback in the Cerebro-Cerebellar Recurrent Network May Explain Rotation of Population Vectors --
Motor Organization in the Frog's Spinal Cord --
Information Transmission in Parallel Neuronal Channels --
The Cerebellar Cortex as a Sequential Associative Memory: A Novel Structural/Functional Interpretation --
A Neuronal Model for Variable Latency Response.
Responsibility: edited by Frank H. Eeckman.

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