Integrated Mechanisms of Anticipation and Rate-of-Change Computations in Cortical Circuits

@article{Puccini2007IntegratedMO,
  title={Integrated Mechanisms of Anticipation and Rate-of-Change Computations in Cortical Circuits},
  author={Gabriel D. Puccini and Maria V. Sanchez-Vives and Albert Compte},
  journal={PLoS Computational Biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={3},
  pages={47 - 74}
}
Local neocortical circuits are characterized by stereotypical physiological and structural features that subserve generic computational operations. These basic computations of the cortical microcircuit emerge through the interplay of neuronal connectivity, cellular intrinsic properties, and synaptic plasticity dynamics. How these interacting mechanisms generate specific computational operations in the cortical circuit remains largely unknown. Here, we identify the neurophysiological basis of… CONTINUE READING

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