On the relations of LFPs & Neural Spike Trains

NeurIPS 2014 David E. CarlsonJana Schaich BorgKafui DzirasaLawrence Carin

One of the goals of neuroscience is to identify neural networks that correlate with important behaviors, environments, or genotypes. This work proposes a strategy for identifying neural networks characterized by time- and frequency-dependent connectivity patterns, using convolutional dictionary learning that links spike-train data to local field potentials (LFPs) across multiple areas of the brain... (read more)

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