Lina Liang

Learn More
Camperi and Wang (Comput Neurosci 5:383-405, 1998) presented a network model for working memory that combines intrinsic cellular bistability with the recurrent network architecture of the neocortex. While Fall and Rinzel (Comput Neurosci 20:97-107, 2006) replaced this intrinsic bistability with a biological mechanism-Ca(2+) release subsystem. In this study,(More)
In this study, our work is on the basis of Liang et al. (Cogn Neurodyn 4(4):359–366, 2010). Since the basal ganglia (BG) and dopamine (DA) are confirmed to play an important role in protecting memories against noise and distraction stimulus, we add the BG in our present model and remove the plausible Ca2+ subsystem. We found that our network model(More)
  • 1