STD-Dependent and Independent Encoding of Input Irregularity as Spike Rate in a Computational Model of a Cerebellar Nucleus Neuron

@inproceedings{Luthman2011STDDependentAI,
  title={STD-Dependent and Independent Encoding of Input Irregularity as Spike Rate in a Computational Model of a Cerebellar Nucleus Neuron},
  author={Johannes Luthman and Freek E Hoebeek and Reinoud Maex and Neil Davey and R. G. Adams and Chris I De Zeeuw and Volker Steuber},
  booktitle={The Cerebellum},
  year={2011}
}
Neurons in the cerebellar nuclei (CN) receive inhibitory inputs from Purkinje cells in the cerebellar cortex and provide the major output from the cerebellum, but their computational function is not well understood. It has recently been shown that the spike activity of Purkinje cells is more regular than previously assumed and that this regularity can… CONTINUE READING

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