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Detection of task-related synchronous firing patterns

By Wei Wu and Gordon Pipa

Abstract

Poster presentation: Background To test the importance of synchronous neuronal firing for information processing in the brain, one has to investigate if synchronous firing strength is correlated to the experimental subjects. This requires a tool that can compare the strength of the synchronous firing across different conditions, while at the same time it should correct for other features of neuronal firing such as spike rate modulation or the auto-structure of the spike trains that might co-occur with synchronous firing. Here we present the bi- and multivariate extension of previously developed method NeuroXidence [1,2], which allows for comparing the amount of synchronous firing between different conditions. ..

Topics: ddc:570
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:publikationen.ub.uni-frankfurt.de:7081

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  1. (2007). Grün S: Validation of task-related excess of spike coincidences based on NeuroXidence. Neurocomputing
  2. (2008). NeuroXidence: A non-parametric test on excess or deficiency of joint-spike events.

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