Mean-Field Theory of Recurrent Cortical Networks : Working Memory Circuits with Irregularly Spiking Neurons

@inproceedings{RenartMeanFieldTO,
  title={Mean-Field Theory of Recurrent Cortical Networks : Working Memory Circuits with Irregularly Spiking Neurons},
  author={Alfonso Renart and Nicolas Brunel and Xiao-Jing Wang}
}
Recent advances in neurophysiology have permitted the development of biophysically-realistic models of local recurrent cortical networks. These models have proved to be valuable for investigating the cellular and network mechanisms of information processing and memory in cortical microcircuits. Recurrent network models of spiking neurons are highly non-linear and display a variety of interesting dynamical behaviors, such as spatially organized firing patterns, synchronous oscillations or… CONTINUE READING
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