Pattern formation and encoding rhythms analysis on a spiking/bursting neuronal network
GNB, Escuela Politcnica Superior, Universidad Autnoma de Madrid, 28049 Madrid, Spain
2 Departamento de Matemtica Aplicada, Facultad de Informtica Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 28040 Madrid, Spain
3 Centro de Astrobiologa, CSIC/INTA, 28850 Torrejn de Ardoz, Madrid, Spain
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In this work we study the formation of patterns of neuronal activity when some input are presented to the network. For this task a recently developed model of neuron is utilized. This model requires a very low computational effort but presents many characteristics of more complex models such as, spiking, bursting and sub-threshold oscillations, and therefore the realistic study of the behavior of big ensembles of neurons can be aborded, even under real time conditions. New results of the application of the wavelet transform technique to the analysis of pattern formation and the possible encoding of rhythms are presented; they show that this simple, low-computational, neuron model behaves much like more complex ones.
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