Andrew H. Toland

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Inspired by examples of oscillatory circuits in biological brains, we explore a hypothesis that one role of dynamical neural networks observed in biological sensory systems is to amplify subtle differences in sensory data, which in turn simplifies the task of classifying external stimuli. The authors recently developed a method for classifying the surface(More)
A new mathematical model of short-term synaptic plasticity (STP) at the Schaffer collateral is introduced. Like other models of STP, the new model relates short-term synaptic plasticity to an interaction between facilitative and depressive dynamic influences. Unlike previous models, the new model successfully simulates facilitative and depressive dynamics(More)
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