Computational Neuroscience: Trends in Research 2003

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Erik De Schutter
Elsevier, 2003 - Computers - 997 pages
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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.

 

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Contents

Eriksson E Fransen Y Zilberter and A Lansner
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A P ShOn and R P N
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Z Chi P L Rauske and D Margoliash
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N Hatsopoulos S Geman A Amarasingham and E Bienenstock
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G Pipa and S Grün
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H Goldberg A P Sripati and A G Andreou
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Cummins S M Crook A G Dimitrov T Ganje G A Jacobs
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J Rozell D H Johnson and R M Glantz
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N De Pisapia and N H Goddard
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Power spectral analysis of very slow brain potential oscillations
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O Gewaltig U Körner and E Körner
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Y Hirata I Takeuchi and S M Highstein
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P O Hoyer
547
H Ikeno
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Simulations of the cultured granule neuron excitability
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T N Mundhenk and L Itti
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S A Oprisan and C C Canavier
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A Maye
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Marinaro and S Scarpetta
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J B M Goense R Ratnam and M E Nelson
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Kayser W Einháuser and P König
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R Romero Y Yu P Afshar and T S
135
Y Chen and D A Nitz
159
Parra C Alvino A Tang B Pearlmutter N Yeung A Osman
177
Poster presentations
191
A Benali I Leefken D Kastrup and E Weiler
209
H Cornelis and E De Schutter
227
A Folkers F Mosch T Malina and U G Hofmann
247
R L
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G Lemon W G Gibson and M R Bennett
271
H Okamoto and T Fukai
285
A Knoblauch and F T Sommer
301
Leibold and J L van Hemmen
321
R Ritz R Forster and A V M Herz
335
G Antunes F M SimóesdeSouza and A C Roque
341
S Sakatani and A Hirose
355
S Doboli A A Minai and P J Best
371
W Spratling and M H Johnson
389
Y Tabuchi and S Tanaka
403
F van der Velde and M de Kamps
419
Y Yu and T S
441
A Mueller L Wang and A H Assadi
455
J A Bednar and R Miikkulainen
473
K Y Park and S Y
615
F LagoFernández M A SánchezMontaries and E Sanchez
631
Realtime estimation of predictive firing rate
637
S Tsunoda A Matsui Y Wada T Aiba C Nagai Y Uchiyama
655
B Westover and C H Anderson
671
E Bondarenko G S Cymbalyuk G Patel S P DeWeerth
691
Y Choe and R Miikkulainen
707
Coop and G N Reeke
721
A G Dimitrov
741
Ferree and R C
755
G Schneider and S Gruin
771
J Hertz B Richmond and K Nilsen
787
J Jeong Y Kwak and K J
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McKinstry
827
H Nagashino and Y Kinouchi
843
E Olbrich P Achermann and P F Meier
857
Paninski B Lau and A Reyes
877
Roberts
893
Rudolph and A Destexhe
907
S Schreiber J M Fellous D Whitmer P Tiesinga
925
S Tanaka
943
W van Drongelen H Koch C Marcuccilli K Hecox
963
Zhang W van Drongelen K Hecox V L Towle D M Frim
977
Breakspear J R Terry and K J Friston
983
Bilateral competitive processing of visual spatial attention in
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Subject index to volumes 5254
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