Decoding spike trains instant by instant using order statistics and the mixture-of-Poissons model.

@article{Wiener2003DecodingST,
  title={Decoding spike trains instant by instant using order statistics and the mixture-of-Poissons model.},
  author={Matthew C. Wiener and Barry J. Richmond},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2003},
  volume={23 6},
  pages={2394-406}
}
In the brain, spike trains are generated in time and presumably also interpreted as they unfold in time. Recent work (Oram et al., 1999; Baker and Lemon, 2000) suggests that in several areas of the monkey brain, individual spike times carry information because they reflect an underlying rate variation. Constructing a model based on this stochastic structure allows us to apply order statistics to decode spike trains instant by instant as spikes arrive or do not. Order statistics are time… CONTINUE READING
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