Gamma-oscillations support optimal retrieval in associative memories of two-compartment neurons

@article{Wennekers1999GammaoscillationsSO,
  title={Gamma-oscillations support optimal retrieval in associative memories of two-compartment neurons},
  author={Thomas Wennekers and Friedrich T. Sommer},
  journal={Neurocomputing},
  year={1999},
  volume={26-27},
  pages={573-578}
}
Theoretical studies concerning iterative retrieval in conventional associative memories suggest that cortical gamma-oscillations may constitute sequences of fast associative processes each restricted to a single period. By providing a rhythmic threshold modulation suppressing cells that are uncorrelated with a stimulus, interneurons signi"cantly contribute to this process. This hypothesis is tested in the present paper utilizing a network of two-compartment model neurons developed by Pinsky and… CONTINUE READING

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