Information Transfer Between Rhythmically Coupled Networks: Reading the Hippocampal Phase Code

  title={Information Transfer Between Rhythmically Coupled Networks: Reading the Hippocampal Phase Code},
  author={Ole Jensen},
  journal={Neural Computation},
There are numerous reports on rhythmic coupling between separate brain networks. It has been proposed that this rhythmic coupling indicates exchange of information. So far, few computational models have been proposed that explore this principle and its potential computational benefits. Recent results on hippocampal place cells of the rat provide new insight; it has been shown that information about space is encoded by the firing of place cells with respect to the phase of the ongoing theta… CONTINUE READING

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