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How does the brain encode spatial structure? One way is through hippocampal neurons called place cells, which become associated to convex regions of space known as their receptive fields: each place cell fires at a high rate precisely when the animal is in the receptive field. The firing patterns of multiple place cells form what is known as a convex neural… (More)

- Bryan Félix, Anne Shiu, Zev Woodstock
- Applied Mathematics and Computation
- 2016

Multistationary chemical reaction networks are of interest to scientists and mathematicians alike. While some criteria for multistationarity exist, obtaining explicit reaction rates and steady states that exhibit multistationarity for a given network—in order to check nondegeneracy or determine stability of the steady states, for instance—is nontrivial.… (More)

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