Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, Volume 2011
: Calcium Messenger Heterogeneity: A Possible Signal for Spike Timing-Dependent Plasticity.
: The Non-Random Brain: Efficiency, Economy, and Complex Dynamics.
: The Role of Degree Distribution in Shaping the Dynamics in Networks of Sparsely Connected Spiking Neurons.
, Anil K. Seth
: Dopamine-Signaled Reward Predictions Generated by Competitive Excitation and Inhibition in a Spiking Neural Network Model.
Mark A. Bourjaily
, Paul Miller
: Excitatory, Inhibitory, and Structural Plasticity Produce Correlated Connectivity in Random Networks Trained to Solve Paired-Stimulus Tasks.
Gabriel A. Silva
: The Need for the Emergence of Mathematical Neuroscience: Beyond Computation and Simulation.
: Fair and Open Evaluation May Call for Temporarily Hidden Authorship, Caution When Counting the Votes, and Transparency of the Full Pre-publication Procedure.
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