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Supplementary Information for the article `Correlation between neural spike trains increases with firing rate'
 

Summary: Supplementary Information for the article `Correlation
between neural spike trains increases with firing rate'
Jaime de la Rocha, Brent Doiron, Eric Shea-Brown, Kresimir Josi´c & Alex Reyes
June 12, 2007
Contents
1 Experimental stimulus protocol. 1
2 Experimental data analysis. 2
3 Analysis of the LIF simulations: computing 3
4 Analysis of the relation T vs. in the data and LIF model for various
window lengths T. 4
5 Analysis of the relation T vs. by segregating the data in cell types. 6
6 Linear response theory 6
7 Analysis of the correlation-rate relationship using slow synapses and non-
Gaussian inputs 10
8 Analysis of the mechanism underlying the relation vs. using LIF
neurons. 10
9 Supplementary Bibliography 15
1 Experimental stimulus protocol.
A block consisted of N = 100 trials of computer generated currents of duration 1100 ms,
separated by a pause between 1 and 5 seconds (depending on the spike rate elicited). The

  

Source: Andrzejak, Ralph Gregor - Departament de Tecnologia, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences