Neural coding information sought

Kevin Hellman kevin at gaba.neurology.wisc.edu
Wed Dec 6 12:26:40 EST 1995


There seems to be a big debate in brain theory about temporal coding vs.
frequency coding, etc.  It would appear that there are characteristics
that are in common all over the brain, but the method of information processing
varies at least slightly from one region to another.  Perhaps what is most
interesting in the information processing that is secondary to direct
stimulus input-- e.g. cortical activity and not just sensory activation.

@Article{wilson92,
  author = 	"Wilson, M and Bower, JM",
  title = 	"Cortical oscillations and temporal interactions in a computer
 simulation  of piriform cortex",
  journal = 	jnphys,
  year = 	"1992",
  volume = 	"67",
  pages = 	"981-995"
}

k.m.h.
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