A modeler's view on the spatial structure of intrinsic horizontal connectivity in the neocortex

@article{Voges2010AMV,
  title={A modeler's view on the spatial structure of intrinsic horizontal connectivity in the neocortex},
  author={Nicole Voges and Almut Sch{\"u}z and Ad Aertsen and Stefan Rotter},
  journal={Progress in Neurobiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={92},
  pages={277-292}
}
Most current computational models of neocortical networks assume a homogeneous and isotropic arrangement of local synaptic couplings between neurons. Sparse, recurrent connectivity is typically implemented with simple statistical wiring rules. For spatially extended networks, however, such random graph models are inadequate because they ignore the traits of neuron geometry, most notably various distance dependent features of horizontal connectivity. It is to be expected that such non-random… CONTINUE READING

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