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Clusters of bursts from two different outdoor recordings and their best matching cluster.

By Michael Pfeiffer (320212), Manfred Hartbauer (52698), Alexander B. Lang (320213), Wolfgang Maass (255613) and Heinrich Römer (320214)


<p>The examples show matches for burst clusters in response to natural background noise. <i>D</i> defines the distance between the exemplars of the two matched clusters under the spike-time metric. The numbers in parentheses give the average distances between Poisson spike trains with identical time-varying firing rate profiles.</p

Topics: Neuroscience, Information and Computing Sciences, Mathematics, bursts, recordings, matching
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0037354.g010
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