Resonance effect for neural spike time reliability.

@article{Hunter1998ResonanceEF,
  title={Resonance effect for neural spike time reliability.},
  author={John D. Hunter and John G. Milton and Peter J. Thomas and Jack D. Cowan},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={80 3},
  pages={
          1427-38
        }
}
The spike timing reliability of Aplysia motoneurons stimulated by repeated presentation of periodic or aperiodic input currents is investigated. Two properties of the input are varied, the frequency content and the relative amplitude of the fluctuations to the mean (expressed as the coefficient of variation: CV). It is shown that, for small relative amplitude fluctuations (CV approximately 0.05-0.15), the reliability of spike timing is enhanced if the input contains a resonant frequency equal… CONTINUE READING

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