Balanced condition in networks leads to Weibull statistics

@inproceedings{Jalan2013BalancedCI,
  title={Balanced condition in networks leads to Weibull statistics},
  author={Sarika Jalan and Sanjiv Kumar Dwivedi},
  year={2013}
}
The importance of the balance in inhibitory and excitatory couplings in the brain has increasingly been realized. Despite the key role played by inhibitory-excitatory couplings in the functioning of brain networks, the impact of a balanced condition on the stability properties of underlying networks remains largely unknown. We investigate properties of the largest eigenvalues of networks having such couplings, and find that they follow completely different statistics when in the balanced… 

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