Comparison of different spike train synchrony measures regarding their robustness to erroneous data from bicuculline induced epileptiform activity

23 Mar 2020 Ciba Manuel Bestel Robert Nick Christoph de Arruda Guilherme Ferraz Peron Thomas Henrique Comin César Costa Luciano da Fontoura Rodrigues Francisco Aparecido Thielemann Christiane

As synchronized activity is associated with basic brain functions and pathological states, spike train synchrony has become an important measure to analyze experimental neuronal data. Many different measures of spike train synchrony have been proposed, but there is no gold standard allowing for comparison of results between different experiments... (read more)

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