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Learning biological neuronal networks with artificial neural networks: neural oscillations

  title={Learning biological neuronal networks with artificial neural networks: neural oscillations},
  author={Ruilin Zhang and Zhongyi Wang and Tianyi Wu and Yuhang Cai and Louis Tao and Zhuocheng Xiao and Yao Li},
First-principles-based modelings have been extremely successful in providing crucial insights and predictions for complex biological functions and phenomena. However, they can be hard to build and expensive to simulate for complex living systems. On the other hand, modern data-driven methods thrive at modeling many types of high-dimensional and noisy data. Still, the training and interpretation of these data-driven models remain challenging. Here, we combine the two types of methods to model… 

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