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Optimal Spike-Timing-Dependent Plasticity for Precise Action Potential Firing in Supervised Learning

- J. Pfister, T. Toyoizumi, D. Barber, W. Gerstner
- Computer Science, Mathematics
- Neural Computation
- 24 February 2005

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Bayesian Inference Explains Perception of Unity and Ventriloquism Aftereffect: Identification of Common Sources of Audiovisual Stimuli

- Y. Sato, T. Toyoizumi, K. Aihara
- Psychology, Computer Science
- Neural Computation
- 1 December 2007

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Modeling the Dynamic Interaction of Hebbian and Homeostatic Plasticity

- T. Toyoizumi, M. Kaneko, M. Stryker, K. Miller
- Biology, Medicine
- Neuron
- 22 October 2014

Hebbian and homeostatic plasticity together refine neural circuitry, but their interactions are unclear. In most existing models, each form of plasticity directly modifies synaptic strength.… Expand

A Theory of the Transition to Critical Period Plasticity: Inhibition Selectively Suppresses Spontaneous Activity

- T. Toyoizumi, H. Miyamoto, Yoko Yazaki-Sugiyama, N. Atapour, T. Hensch, K. Miller
- Medicine, Biology
- Neuron
- 2 October 2013

What causes critical periods (CPs) to open? For the best-studied case, ocular dominance plasticity in primary visual cortex in response to monocular deprivation (MD), the maturation of inhibition is… Expand

Self-tuning of neural circuits through short-term synaptic plasticity.

- David Sussillo, T. Toyoizumi, W. Maass
- Medicine, Psychology
- Journal of neurophysiology
- 1 June 2007

Numerous experimental data show that cortical networks of neurons are not silent in the absence of external inputs, but rather maintain a low spontaneous firing activity. This aspect of cortical… Expand

Spike-timing Dependent Plasticity and Mutual Information Maximization for a Spiking Neuron Model

- T. Toyoizumi, J. Pfister, K. Aihara, W. Gerstner
- Mathematics, Computer Science
- NIPS
- 1 December 2004

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Statistical mechanics of an NP-complete problem: subset sum

- T. Sasamoto, T. Toyoizumi, H. Nishimori
- Physics, Mathematics
- 7 June 2001

We study the statistical properties of an NP-complete problem, the subset sum, using the methods and concepts of statistical mechanics. The problem is a generalization of the number partitioning… Expand

Beyond the edge of chaos: amplification and temporal integration by recurrent networks in the chaotic regime.

- T. Toyoizumi, L. F. Abbott
- Medicine, Physics
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 1 November 2011

Randomly connected networks of neurons exhibit a transition from fixed-point to chaotic activity as the variance of their synaptic connection strengths is increased. In this study, we analytically… Expand

Untangling Brain-Wide Dynamics in Consciousness by Cross-Embedding

- Satohiro Tajima, Toru Yanagawa, Naotaka Fujii, T. Toyoizumi
- Computer Science, Medicine
- PLoS Comput. Biol.
- 1 November 2015

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Mean-Field Approximations for Coupled Populations of Generalized Linear Model Spiking Neurons with Markov Refractoriness

- T. Toyoizumi, Kamiar Rahnama Rad, L. Paninski
- Medicine, Mathematics
- Neural Computation
- 1 May 2009

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