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Computational Neuroscience

Trends in Research 2003


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This volume includes papers originally presented at the 11th annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting (CNS 02) held in July 2002 at the Congress Plaza Hotel & Convention Center in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

The CNS meetings bring together computational neuroscientists representing many different fields and backgrounds as well as many different experimental preparations and theoretical approaches. The papers published here range from pure experimental neurobiology, to neuro-ethology, mathematics, physics, and engineering. In all cases the research described is focused on understanding how nervous systems compute. The actual subjects of the research include a highly diverse number of preparations, modeling approaches and analysis techniques. Accordingly, this volume reflects the breadth and depth of current research in computational neuroscience taking place throughout the world.

"...this volume reflects the breadth and depth of current research in computational neuroscience taking place throughout the world." in: Zentralblatt fur Mathematik, Vol. 1025, 2004

An anti-Hebbian model of familiarity discrimination in the perirhinal cortexp. 1
Effects of short-term synaptic plasticity in a local microcircuit on cell firingp. 7
Learning temporal patterns by redistribution of synaptic efficacyp. 13
Detection of spike patterns using pattern filtering, with applications to sleep replay in birdsongp. 19
At what time scale does the nervous system operate?p. 25
Non-parametric significance estimation of joint-spike events by shuffling and resamplingp. 31
Energy efficiency in a channel model for the spiking axonp. 39
Structural and biophysical mechanisms underlying dynamic sensitivity of primary sensory interneurons in the cricket cercal sensory systemp. 45
Information processing during transient responses in the crayfish visual systemp. 53
Stability analysis of entrainment by two periodic inputs with a fixed delayp. 59
Burst dynamics under mixed NMDA and AMPA drive in the models of the lamprey spinal CPGp. 65
Correlated neuronal activity can represent multiple binding solutionsp. 73
Short-term synaptic dynamics promote phase maintenance in multi-phasic rhythmsp. 79
Modeling of spontaneous synchronized periodic activity observed in in vitro networksp. 89
Synchronization of Purkinje cell pairs along the parallel fiber axis: a modelp. 97
Burst firing improves the detection of weak signals in spike trainsp. 103
Biases in white noise analysis due to non-Poisson spike generationp. 109
Temporal correlations of orientations in natural scenesp. 117
Role of synaptic feedback and intrinsic voltage-gated currents in shaping cone light responsesp. 125
Adaptation of the temporal receptive fields of macaque V1 neuronsp. 135
Functional roles of receptive field structures in the perception of orientationp. 141
Modulation of excitatory synaptic coupling facilitates synchronization and complex dynamics in a nonlinear model of neuronal dynamicsp. 151
Evidence for slow (2-10 Hz) and gamma frequency coherence between spike trains and local field potentials in the cerebellump. 159
A source of individual variationp. 165
Electric field modulation of synchronization in neuronal networksp. 169
Single-trial detection in EEG and MEG: Keeping it linearp. 177
Spike initiation in a hippocampal interneuron modelp. 185
Neuron PRM: a framework for constructing cortical networksp. 191
Is there a support vector machine hiding in the dentate gyrus?p. 199
Computational counting for a quantitative analysis of cells in histologically prepared brain sectionsp. 209
Managing models of signaling networksp. 215
Gain modulation and balanced synaptic input in a conductance-based neural modelp. 221
NeuroSpaces: separating modeling and simulationp. 227
Location independence and fast conduction of synaptic inputs in neocortical neurons in vivop. 233
Guiding the modeller: organizing and selecting experimental data for single cell models using the CoCoDat databasep. 239
Realtime bioelectrical data acquisition and processing from 128 channels utilizing the wavelet-transformationp. 247
A theory of neural computationp. 255
A novel approach to training neurons with biological plausibilityp. 265
A model of inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate and calcium dynamics in single cells following metabotropic receptor activationp. 271
Learning recurrent neural models with minimal complexity from neural tuning datap. 277
Neural bases of accumulator modelsp. 285
Linking computational neuroscience simulation tools - a pragmatic approach to component-based developmentp. 289
Role of A-current in lamprey locomotor network neuronsp. 295
Synaptic plasticity, conduction delays, and inter-areal phase relations of spike activity in a model of reciprocally connected areasp. 301
Registration of a 3D mouse brain atlas with brain microstructure datap. 307
Variability of postsynaptic responses depends non-linearly on the number of synaptic inputsp. 313
Synaptic plasticity determines the character of interaural-time-difference representationp. 321
Cortico-thalamocortical operations of multi-target spatial working memoryp. 327
Internetplattform Neuroinformatik: a pilot study for the OECD neuroinformatics portalp. 335
Sensitivity of AMPA receptor channel to calcium oscillations: a computational studyp. 341
The effect of spike redistribution in a reciprocally connected pair of neurons with spike timing-dependent plasticityp. 347
The influence of neuron shape changes on the firing characteristicsp. 355
Learning structured representationsp. 363
A computational model of the interaction between external and internal cues for the control of hippocampal place cellsp. 371
NNET: linking small- and large-scale network modelsp. 381
Exploring the functional significance of dendritic inhibition in cortical pyramidal cellsp. 389
Quantal synaptic failures improve performance in a sequence learning model of hippocampal CA3p. 397
Intracortical vs. thalamocortical processing of spatial working memoryp. 403
Novelty detection in a Kohonen-like network with a long-term depression learning rulep. 411
A model of visual working memory of PFCp. 419
Desynchronization of neural activity in a network modelp. 425
Temporal Infomax on Markov chains with input leads to finite state automatap. 431
Calcium as the associative signal for a model of Hebbian plasticity: application to multi-input environmentsp. 437
Adaptation of the transfer function of the Hodgkin-Huxley (HH) neuronal modelp. 441
Learning control units for invariant recognitionp. 447
A computational model for the biological underpinnings of infant vision and face recognitionp. 455
Temporal infomax leads to almost deterministic dynamical systemsp. 461
Second-order statistics of natural imagesp. 467
Self-organization of spatiotemporal receptive fields and laterally connected direction and orientation mapsp. 473
Temporal dynamics of attention-modulated neuronal synchronization in macaque V4p. 481
A neural model of frontostriatal interactions for behavioural planning and action chunkingp. 489
Tuning properties of noisy cells with application to orientation selectivity in rat visual cortexp. 497
Power spectral analysis of very slow brain potential oscillations in primary visual cortex of freely moving rats during darkness and lightp. 505
The neural multiple access channelp. 511
A model of surface detection and orientation tuning in primate visual cortexp. 519
Analyzing mechanosensory transduction by identifying invariant directions in stimulus spacep. 525
A dynamical model for the vertical vestibuloocular reflex and optokinetic response in primatep. 531
Adaptation using local information for maximizing the global costp. 541
Modeling receptive fields with non-negative sparse codingp. 547
A two-layer temporal generative model of natural video exhibits complex-cell-like pooling of simple cell outputsp. 553
A reconstruction method of projection image on worker honeybees' compound eyep. 561
Effects of baclofen on the directional selectivity of transient neurons in the catfish retinap. 567
Modeling the effects of nicotine on a continuous performance taskp. 573
Simulations of the cultured granule neuron excitabilityp. 583
Quantifying olfactory perception: mapping olfactory perception space by using multidimensional scaling and self-organizing mapsp. 591
CINNIC, a new computational algorithm for the modeling of early visual contour integration in humansp. 599
The role of cortico-basal-thalamic loops in cognition: a computational model and preliminary resultsp. 605
An engineering model of the masking for the noise-robust speech recognitionp. 615
Modeling the spinal cord neural circuitry controlling cat hindlimb movement during locomotionp. 621
A visual system for invariant recognition in animated image sequencesp. 631
Real-time estimation of predictive firing ratep. 637
Semantic rewiring mechanism of neural cross-supramodal integration based on spatial and temporal properties of attentionp. 643
How does the information-geometric measure depend on underlying neural mechanisms?p. 649
A computational approach to arm movement on the sagittal plane performed by parietal lobe damaged patients: an attempt to examine a computational model for handwriting for its neurobiological plausibility from a neuropsychological symptomp. 655
Behaviors from an electrically stimulated spinal cord neuronal network cultured on microelectrode arraysp. 661
Layer 4C in monkey V1 may linearize the output of the LGNp. 671
Comparing neurophysiological measurements of simulated and real brainsp. 677
Extraction of nonlinear features in MEG and fMRI data of human brainp. 683
A bifurcation of a synchronous oscillations into a torus in a system of two mutually inhibitory aVLSI neurons: experimental observationp. 691
On duration and dopamine modulation of sustained activity in prefrontal cortex using conductance-based network modelsp. 699
The role of postsynaptic potential decay rate in neural synchronyp. 707
Analogical cascade: a theory on the role of the thalamo-cortical loop in brain functionp. 713
Estimating the afferent and efferent temporal interval entropy of neuronal discharge for single spike trainsp. 721
Dynamic aspects of delay activityp. 727
Analysis of dynamics and object recognition performance in coupled map networksp. 733
Spike sorting the other wayp. 741
Dynamics of neuronal populations modeled by a Wilson-Cowan system account for the transient visibility of masked stimulip. 747
Power-law scaling in human EEG: relation to Fourier power spectrump. 755
Coexistence of synchronized "oscillatory" and desynchronized "rate" activity in cortical networksp. 763
Analysis of higher-order correlations in multiple parallel processesp. 771
Linear and non-linear measures of the human neonatal EEGp. 779
Anomalous response variability in a balanced cortical network modelp. 787
Bilateral competitive processing of visual spatial attention in the human brainp. 793
Modeling neural spatiotemporal behaviorp. 799
Multimodality in a dynamic feedback network with stochastic inputp. 805
Nonlinear determinism of spiking activity recorded from rat suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons in vitrop. 813
The KIV model - nonlinear spatio-temporal dynamics of the primordail vertebrate forebrainp. 819
Searching for an IT model with columnar organizationp. 827
Neural mechanisms to improve timingp. 833
A network model of inhibitory effects induced by transcranial magnetic stimulationp. 837
Oscillatory modes in a neuronal network model with transmission latencyp. 843
Change-point detection in neuronal spike train activityp. 849
Dynamics of human sleep EEGp. 857
Speed-up methods for simulations of traveling waves in integrate-and-fire neural networksp. 863
Traveling waves in a one-dimensional integrate-and-fire neural network with finite support connectivityp. 869
Noise-driven adaptation: in vitro and mathematical analysisp. 877
Using derivatives to compare cortical wavs across preparationsp. 885
Effects of noise on recurrence in networks of spiking neuronsp. 893
Information processing with spiking neurons in a cortical architecture framework under the control of an oscillatory signalp. 901
Gain modulation and frequency locking under conductance noisep. 907
Self-sustained activity in networks of gain-modulated neuronsp. 913
The impact of thalamo-cortical projections on activity spread in cortexp. 919
A new correlation-based measure of spike timing reliabilityp. 925
Computational modeling of bursting pacemaker neurons in the pre-Botzinger complexp. 933
A prefronto-parietal network model with feedforward and feedback connectionsp. 943
The spread of rate and correlation in stationary cortical networksp. 949
Reliability and bifurcation in neurons driven by multiple sinusoidsp. 955
Is burst activity in cortical slices a representative model for epilepsy?p. 963
Circuit properties of the cortico-mesocortical systemp. 969
Localization of epileptic foci by means of cortical imaging using a spherical head modelp. 977
Author index of volumes 52-54p. 983
Subject index to volumes 52-54p. 993
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ISBN: 9780444513830
ISBN-10: 0444513833
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 1016
Published: 20th June 2003
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 26.42 x 19.81  x 3.81
Weight (kg): 1.79