The response of cortical neurons to in vivo-like input current: theory and experiment: II. Time-varying and spatially distributed inputs

@article{Giugliano2008TheRO,
  title={The response of cortical neurons to in vivo-like input current: theory and experiment: II. Time-varying and spatially distributed inputs},
  author={Michele Giugliano and Giancarlo La Camera and Stefano Fusi and Walter Senn},
  journal={Biological Cybernetics},
  year={2008},
  volume={99},
  pages={303-318}
}
The response of a population of neurons to time-varying synaptic inputs can show a rich phenomenology, hardly predictable from the dynamical properties of the membrane’s inherent time constants. For example, a network of neurons in a state of spontaneous activity can respond significantly more rapidly than each single neuron taken individually. Under the… CONTINUE READING