Dynamics of Strongly Coupled Spiking Neurons

@article{Bressloff2000DynamicsOS,
  title={Dynamics of Strongly Coupled Spiking Neurons},
  author={Paul C. Bressloff and Stephen Coombes},
  journal={Neural Computation},
  year={2000},
  volume={12},
  pages={91-129}
}
We present a dynamical theory of integrate-and-fire neurons with strong synaptic coupling. We show how phase-locked states that are stable in the weak coupling regime can destabilize as the coupling is increased, leading to states characterized by spatiotemporal variations in the interspike intervals (ISIs). The dynamics is compared with that of a corresponding network of analog neurons in which the outputs of the neurons are taken to be mean firing rates. A fundamental result is that for slow… CONTINUE READING
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