Beyond the Cortical Column: Abundance and Physiology of Horizontal Connections Imply a Strong Role for Inputs from the Surround


Current concepts of cortical information processing and most cortical network models largely rest on the assumption that well-studied properties of local synaptic connectivity are sufficient to understand the generic properties of cortical networks. This view seems to be justified by the observation that the vertical connectivity within local volumes is… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fnins.2011.00032


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