Chapter 1 Neural Encoding I : Firing Rates and Spike Statistics

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    Neurons are remarkable among the cells of the body in their ability to propagate signals rapidly over large distances. They do this by generating characteristic electrical pulses called action potentials, or more simply spikes, that can travel down nerve fibers. Neurons represent and transmit information by firing sequences of spikes in various temporal… (More)

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