Non-linear dynamical system theory and primary visual cortical processing

@inproceedings{Siegel1990NonlinearDS,
  title={Non-linear dynamical system theory and primary visual cortical processing},
  author={Ralph M. Siegel},
  year={1990}
}
The vertebrate brain consists of a large number of neurons, each with highly complex non-linear dynamics. These neurons communicate with each other with a complex nexus of connecting nerve axons. The current work examines the dynamical properties of neurons located in cat primary visual cortex from the perspective of non-linear dynamical theory. The temporal patterns of activation of such neurons achieved with periodic stimuli suggest that the dynamics are relatively simple and may be modeled… CONTINUE READING
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