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Modeling the Spatial Reach of the LFP
The local field potential (LFP) reflects activity of many neurons in the vicinity of the recording electrode and is therefore useful for studying local network dynamics. Much of the nature of the LFPExpand
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Intrinsic dendritic filtering gives low-pass power spectra of local field potentials
The local field potential (LFP) is among the most important experimental measures when probing neural population activity, but a proper understanding of the link between the underlying neuralExpand
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LFPy: a tool for biophysical simulation of extracellular potentials generated by detailed model neurons
Electrical extracellular recordings, i.e., recordings of the electrical potentials in the extracellular medium between cells, have been a main work-horse in electrophysiology for almost a century.Expand
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Computing the Local Field Potential (LFP) from Integrate-and-Fire Network Models
Leaky integrate-and-fire (LIF) network models are commonly used to study how the spiking dynamics of neural networks changes with stimuli, tasks or dynamic network states. However, neurophysiologicalExpand
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Frequency Dependence of Signal Power and Spatial Reach of the Local Field Potential
Despite its century-old use, the interpretation of local field potentials (LFPs), the low-frequency part of electrical signals recorded in the brain, is still debated. In cortex the LFP appears toExpand
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The Local Field Potential Reflects Surplus Spike Synchrony
While oscillations of the local field potential (LFP) are commonly attributed to the synchronization of neuronal firing rate on the same time scale, their relationship to coincident spiking in theExpand
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Handbook of Neural Activity Measurement: Extracellular spikes and CSD
Introduction Extracellular recordings have been, and still are, the main workhorse when measuring neural activity in vivo. In single-unit recordings sharp electrodes are positioned close to aExpand
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How local is the local field potential?
The local field potential (LFP), usually referring to the low-frequency part of an extracellularly recorded potential (< 500 Hz), is nowadays routinely measured together with the spiking activity.Expand
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Hybrid scheme for modeling local field potentials from point-neuron networks
Measurement of the local field potential (LFP) has become routine for assessment of neuronal activity in neuroscientific and clinical applications, but its interpretation remains nontrivial.Expand
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