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|Title: ||Transient responses in dynamical neural models|
|Authors: ||Stiber, Michael|
Segundo, Jose P.
|Issue Date: ||Mar-1994 |
|Series/Report no.: ||Computer Science Technical Report ; HKUST-CS94-6|
|Abstract: ||We consider the input/output behavior of a realistic dynamical neural model in comparison to those typically used in artificial neural networks. We have found that such models duplicate well those behaviors seen in living neurons, displaying a range of behaviors commonly seen in a wide variety of nonlinear dynamical systems. This is not captured well by weighted sum/monotonic transfer function models. An example of the consequences of nonlinear dynamics in neural responses is presented for monotonically changing input transients.|
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