Facilitating the propagation of spiking activity in feedforward networks by including feedback

@article{Rezaei2020FacilitatingTP,
  title={Facilitating the propagation of spiking activity in feedforward networks by including feedback},
  author={Hedyeh Rezaei and A. Aertsen and A. Kumar and Alireza Valizadeh},
  journal={PLoS Computational Biology},
  year={2020},
  volume={16}
}
  • Hedyeh Rezaei, A. Aertsen, +1 author Alireza Valizadeh
  • Published 2020
  • Medicine
  • PLoS Computational Biology
  • Transient oscillations in network activity upon sensory stimulation have been reported in different sensory areas of the brain. These evoked oscillations are the generic response of networks of excitatory and inhibitory neurons (EI-networks) to a transient external input. Recently, it has been shown that this resonance property of EI-networks can be exploited for communication in modular neuronal networks by enabling the transmission of sequences of synchronous spike volleys (’pulse packets… CONTINUE READING

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