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Nonspecific synaptic plasticity improves the recognition of sparse patterns degraded by local noise
Many forms of synaptic plasticity require the local production of volatile or rapidly diffusing substances such as nitric oxide. The nonspecific plasticity these neuromodulators may induce at neighboring non-active synapses ...
Multiplicative gain modulation arising from inhibitory synaptic plasticity in the cerebellar nuclei
Neurons use the rate of action potentials to encode sensory variables. This makes the output rate as a function of input, also known as input-output (I–O) relationship, a core computational function in neuronal processing. ...
Short-term depression of inhibitory Purkinje cell synapses enhances gain modulation in the cerebellar nuclei
Poster presented at CNS 2013
Determinants of associative memory performance in spiking and non-spiking neural networks with different synaptic plasticity regimes
Poster presented at CNS 2012
STD-dependent and independent encoding of input irregularity as spike rate in a computational model of a cerebellar nucleus neuron
Neurons in the cerebellar nuclei (CN) receive inhibitory inputs from Purkinje cells in the cerebellar cortex and provide the major output from the cerebellum, but their computational function is not well understood. It has ...
Optimization of neuronal morphologies for pattern recognition
Poster presented at CNS 2010