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The principal consequence of the "all-or-none" law for neural activity is that the information conveyed by a neural fiber can be completely described by giving the times at which the events (action potentials) occur. The available mathematical models for processes characterized by events at distinct times are either limited to stationary situations (e. g.,(More)
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