Learning-Induced Synchronization and Plasticity of a Developing Neural Network

@article{Chao2005LearningInducedSA,
  title={Learning-Induced Synchronization and Plasticity of a Developing Neural Network},
  author={T.-C. Chao and C.-M. Chen},
  journal={Journal of Computational Neuroscience},
  year={2005},
  volume={19},
  pages={311-324}
}
Learning-induced synchronization of a neural network at various developing stages is studied by computer simulations using a pulse-coupled neural network model in which the neuronal activity is simulated by a one-dimensional map. Two types of Hebbian plasticity rules are investigated and their differences are compared. For both models, our simulations show a logarithmic increase in the synchronous firing frequency of the network with the culturing time of the neural network. This result is… CONTINUE READING

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