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Modulation and Robustness of Endogenous Neuronal Spiking

@article{Drion2013ModulationAR,
  title={Modulation and Robustness of Endogenous Neuronal Spiking},
  author={Guillaume Drion and Alessio Franci and Vincent Seutin and Rodolphe Sepulchre},
  journal={arXiv: Neurons and Cognition},
  year={2013}
}
Neuronal spiking exhibits an exquisite combination of modulation and robustness properties, rarely matched in artificial systems. We exploit the particular interconnection structure of conductance based models to investigate this remarkable property. We find that much of neuronal modulation and robustness can be explained by separating the total transmembrane current into three different components corresponding to the three time scales of neuronal bursting. Each equivalent current aggregates… 

Master thesis : Sensitivity and robustness analysis of thalamic neuron models at the cellular and network levels

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