Sergio Oscar Verduzco-Flores

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Temporal patterns of activity which repeat above chance level in the brains of vertebrates and in the mammalian neocortex have been reported experimentally. This temporal structure is thought to subserve functions such as movement, speech, and generation of rhythms. Several studies aim to explain how particular sequences of activity are learned, stored, and(More)
Recurrent networks of cortico-cortical connections have been implicated as the substrate of working memory persistent activity, and patterned sequenced representation as needed in cognitive function. We examine the pathological behavior which may result from specific changes in the normal parameters or architecture in a biologically plausible computational(More)
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