Understanding spike-time-dependent plasticity: A biologically motivated computational model

@article{Hartley2006UnderstandingSP,
  title={Understanding spike-time-dependent plasticity: A biologically motivated computational model},
  author={Matthew Hartley and Neill R. Taylor and John G. Taylor},
  journal={Neurocomputing},
  year={2006},
  volume={69},
  pages={2005-2016}
}
Long-term synaptic plasticity underlies many important learning processes in the brain. Recent physiological data have shown that the precise relative timings of preand post-synaptic neuron firings at a synapse determine both the direction of certain types of modification (potentiation or depression), and magnitude of this modification. We propose a neurophysiological mechanism by which this spike-timedependent plasticity (STDP) could arise, and support this hypothesis using a model involving… CONTINUE READING

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