Analysis of Recorded Spike Trains
Loren A. Evey
lae2 at psu.edu
Wed Jul 26 02:52:09 EST 1995
In article <3v2pnr$fp3 at server2.rz.uni-leipzig.de>, <smyth at zorro> writes:
> For multi-cell recordings, I am familar with the Konig (1994)
> paper on the analysis of data for synchronization and
> oscillations. Does anyone know of any other papers on
> different methods for measuring the correlation between cell
> assemblies, and how it changes with time?
You may want to look at recent work by Alloway, et. al.. They are using
autocorrelation techniques to assess cortical projections and connection
strength between concurrently isolated single units at different brain
locations. Recent pubs in J. Neurophysio.
Loren A. Evey, Ph.D.
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