The Roles Played by External Input and Synaptic Modulations in the Dynamics of Neuronal Systems

@inproceedings{Banerjee2002TheRP,
  title={The Roles Played by External Input and Synaptic Modulations in the Dynamics of Neuronal Systems},
  author={Arunava Banerjee},
  year={2002}
}
The framework within which Tsuda proposes his solution for transitory dynamics between attractor states is flawed from a neurological perspective. We present a more genuine framework and discuss the roles that external input and synaptic modulations play in the evolution of the dynamics of neuronal systems. Chaotic itinerancy, it is argued, is not necessary for transitory dynamics. Appears inThe Behavioral and Brain Sciences , 24, pp. 811-812 The dynamics of Hopfield Networks (Hopfield, 1982… CONTINUE READING

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