Neurons Tune to the Earliest Spikes Through STDP

@article{Guyonneau2005NeuronsTT,
  title={Neurons Tune to the Earliest Spikes Through STDP},
  author={Rudy Guyonneau and Rufin van Rullen and Simon J. Thorpe},
  journal={Neural Computation},
  year={2005},
  volume={17},
  pages={859-879}
}
Spike timing-dependent plasticity (STDP) is a learning rule that modifies the strength of a neuron's synapses as a function of the precise temporal relations between input and output spikes. In many brains areas, temporal aspects of spike trains have been found to be highly reproducible. How will STDP affect a neuron's behavior when it is repeatedly presented with the same input spike pattern? We show in this theoretical study that repeated inputs systematically lead to a shaping of the neuron… CONTINUE READING
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