Principles of high–fidelity, high–density 3–d neural recording

@inproceedings{MooreKochlacs2014PrinciplesOH,
  title={Principles of high–fidelity, high–density 3–d neural recording},
  author={Caroline Moore-Kochlacs and Jorg Scholvin and Justin P. Kinney and Jacob G. Bernstein and Young Gyu Yoon and Scott K. Arfin and Nancy J Kopell and Ed S Boyden},
  booktitle={BMC Neuroscience},
  year={2014}
}
New probe technologies, neural amplifier systems, and data acquisition systems enable the extracellular electrical recording of ever greater numbers of neurons in the live mammalian brain. These recordings have the potential to increase our understanding of neuronal network dynamics, but much remains uncharacterized about the possibilities and limitations of extracellular techniques. We explore these possibilities and limitations in the context of spike sorting and probe design. Spike sorting… CONTINUE READING

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