Computational Neuroscience: Trends in Research 2004

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Erik de Schutter
Elsevier, 2004 - Science - 1227 pages
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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.
  

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Contents

B Babadi
7
H Johnson and R M Glantz
13
B Mumey A Sarkar T Gedeon A Dimitrov and J Miller
19
F S Chance and A D Reyes
27
N Masuda and K Aihara
33
A Tristan F de Borja Rodriguez E Serrano and P Varona
41
J Kanev G Wenning and K Obermayer
47
A A Lazar
53
Characterization of dendrites as nonlinear computation devices
581
Attention
599
F van der Velde M de Camps and G T van der Voort van der Kleij
607
Eriksson
625
P H E Tiesinga J Fellous E Salinas J V Jose and T J Sejnowski
641
J Lanyon and S L Denham
655
Hippocampus
669
W H Ftemme and W J Wadman
683

J Tyrcha and W B Levy
59
Cortes P L Garrido J Marro and J J Torres
67
K Hamaguchi and K Aihara
85
O Schwartz J R Movellan T Wachtler T D Albright
99
H Goldberg and A G Andreou
101
T Tetzlaff A Morrison T Geisel and M Diesmann
117
Charcos Llorens and E Fransen
137
H Fuji and I Tsuda
151
Garbo A Panarese and S Chillemi
159
Nomura T Aoyagi and T Fukai
173
System dynamics
191
S Nagai
209
P Andras
223
Del Prete and A C C Coolen
239
Wojcik and W A Kaminski
245
T Aoyagi and T Aoki
259
Marinaro and S Scarpetta
279
Kaiser and C C Hilgetag
297
Learning and plasticity
313
Control of network activity through neuronal response modulation
327
GarciaSanchez and R Huerta
337
Y Sakai K Nakano and S Yoshizawa
351
Panchev and S Wermter
365
B H McCormick W Koh Y Choe L C Abbott J Keyser
379
Databases
380
N A B Yousif and M Denham
393
Modeling ion channels from the cricket cereal sensory system
409
Griffin and DM Halliday
423
Does a dendritic democracy need a ruler?
437
H G E Hentschel C S Pencea and A Fine
455
Bykhovskaia and E Polagavea
469
O Shefi A Harel D B Chklovskii E BenJacob and A Ayali
487
S Sakatani and A Hirose
503
Motor system
517
R Latorre F de Borja Rodriguez and P Varona
535
P Varona R Levi Y I Arshavsky M I Rabinovich and A I Selverston
549
Cerebellum
563
P Aguiar and D Willshaw
699
F Saraga and F K Skinner
713
Memory
726
J B Caplan
739
B Gutkin T Hely and J Jost
753
Bentley and E Salinas
769
G A Rousselet M J M Mace and M FabreThorpe
783
A Hyvarinen J Hurri and J Vayrynen
801
J Hurri J Vayrynen and A Hyvarinen
815
Stetter and E W Lang
835
R Kelly and T S
849
S P Sabatini and F Solari
865
Medina J R Jimenez and L Jimenez del Barco
879
Spike count distributions factorizability and contextual effects
893
H H Yu and V R de
909
T Vieville and S Crahay
923
A Maye and M Werning
941
Volgushev J Pernberg and U T Eysel
957
U A Ernst S Mandon K R Pawelzik and A K Kreiter
971
J A Bednar and R Miikkulainen
985
Auditory system
993
B J Fischer and C H Anderson
1007
O Kliper D Horn B Quenet and G Dror
1027
A Borisyuk and B H Smith
1041
Robots and silicon neurons
1057
Computational efficiency circuitry for detecting shadows in hexago
1073
H Cornells and E De Schutter
1079
S Usui I Yamaguchi H Ikeno K Takebe Y Fuji and Y Okumura
1097
Discrete event simulation in the NEURON environment
1117
P Pinero P Garcia L Arco A Alvarez M M Garcia
1137
A Vato L Bonzano M Chiappalone S Cicero F Morabito
1153
S Dixit and K Mosier
1163
OConnor and P A Robinson
1181
Bojak D T J Liley P J Cadusch and K Cheng
1197
Author index to volumes 5860
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