Oscillations and Filtering Networks Support Flexible Routing of Information

@inproceedings{Akam2010OscillationsAF,
  title={Oscillations and Filtering Networks Support Flexible Routing of Information},
  author={Thomas E. Akam and Dimitri M. Kullmann},
  booktitle={Neuron},
  year={2010}
}
The mammalian brain exhibits profuse interregional connectivity. How information flow is rapidly and flexibly switched among connected areas remains poorly understood. Task-dependent changes in the power and interregion coherence of network oscillations suggest that such oscillations play a role in signal routing. We show that switching one of several convergent pathways from an asynchronous to an oscillatory state allows accurate selective transmission of population-coded information, which… CONTINUE READING
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