Multicoding in neural information transfer suggested by mathematical analysis of the frequency-dependent synaptic plasticity in vivo

13 Jan 2020 Hata Katsuhiko Araki Osamu Yokoi Osamu Kusakabe Tatsumi Yamamoto Yoshio Ito Susumu Nikuni Tetsuro

Two elements of neural information processing have primarily been proposed: firing rate and spike timing of neurons. In the case of synaptic plasticity, although spike-timing-dependent plasticity (STDP) depending on presynaptic and postsynaptic spike times had been considered the most common rule, recent studies have shown the inhibitory nature of the brain in vivo for precise spike timing, which is key to the STDP... (read more)

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