Interactions between Intrinsic and Stimulus-Evoked Activity in Recurrent Neural Networks

@inproceedings{Abbott2009InteractionsBI,
  title={Interactions between Intrinsic and Stimulus-Evoked Activity in Recurrent Neural Networks},
  author={L. F. Abbott and Kanaka Rajan and Haim Sompolinsky},
  year={2009}
}
To make optimal use of experimental data on the anatomy and physiology of cortical circuits and to account for the effects of plasticity and neuro-modulation, we must understand the relationship between the synaptic connectivity and neuronal properties of a network, and the resultant activity. Given detailed properties of a complex network, can we predict what it will do? If we know how plasticity mechanisms or modulators change those properties, can we predict how activity will change? These… CONTINUE READING
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