Neuronal oscillations and the rate-to-phase transform: mechanism, model and mutual information

@article{McLelland2009NeuronalOA,
  title={Neuronal oscillations and the rate-to-phase transform: mechanism, model and mutual information},
  author={Douglas McLelland and Ole Paulsen},
  journal={The Journal of Physiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={587},
  pages={769 - 785}
}
Theoretical and experimental studies suggest that oscillatory modes of processing play an important role in neuronal computations. One well supported idea is that the net excitatory input during oscillations will be reported in the phase of firing, a 'rate-to-phase transform', and that this transform might enable a temporal code. Here, we investigate the efficiency of this code at the level of fundamental single cell computations. We first develop a general framework for the understanding of… CONTINUE READING
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