Spiking activity propagation in neuronal networks: reconciling different perspectives on neural coding

@article{Kumar2010SpikingAP,
  title={Spiking activity propagation in neuronal networks: reconciling different perspectives on neural coding},
  author={Arvind Kumar and Stefan Rotter and Ad Aertsen},
  journal={Nature Reviews Neuroscience},
  year={2010},
  volume={11},
  pages={615-627}
}
The brain is a highly modular structure. To exploit modularity, it is necessary that spiking activity can propagate from one module to another while preserving the information it carries. Therefore, reliable propagation is one of the key properties of a candidate neural code. Surprisingly, the conditions under which spiking activity can be propagated have received comparatively little attention in the experimental literature. By contrast, several computational studies in the last decade have… CONTINUE READING
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