Haya Brama

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Realizations of low firing rates in neural networks usually require globally balanced distributions among excitatory and inhibitory links, while feasibility of temporal coding is limited by neuronal millisecond precision. We show that cooperation, governing global network features, emerges through nodal properties, as opposed to link distributions. Using in(More)
The scaling of transient times to zero-lag synchronization in networks composed of excitable units is shown to be governed by three features of the graph representing the network: the longest path between pairs of neurons (diameter), the largest loop (circumference) and the loop with the maximal average out degree. The upper bound of transient times can(More)
Periodic synchronization of activity among neuronal pools has been related to substantial neural processes and information throughput in the neocortical network. However, the mechanisms of generating such periodic synchronization among distributed pools of neurons remain unclear. We hypothesize that to a large extent there is interplay between the topology(More)
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