[Comp-neuro] Journal of Mathematical Neuroscience - recent articles

Stephen Coombes Stephen.Coombes at nottingham.ac.uk
Fri Jul 18 12:53:11 CEST 2014

Dear all,

The Journal of Mathematical Neuroscience publishes research articles on the mathematical modeling and analysis of all areas of neuroscience.  The current list of journal articles is available at http://www.mathematical-neuroscience.com/ :

Frequency Preference Response to Oscillatory Inputs in Two-dimensional Neural Models: A Geometric Approach to Subthreshold Amplitude and Phase Resonance
Rotstein HG

Network Symmetry and Binocular Rivalry Experiments
Diekman CO and Golubitsky M

Effects of Synaptic Plasticity on Phase and Period Locking in a Network of Two Oscillatory Neurons
Akcay Z, Bose A and Nadim F

Approximate, not Perfect Synchrony Maximizes the Downstream Effectiveness of Excitatory Neuronal Ensembles
Börgers C, Li J and Kopell N

Identification of Criticality in Neuronal Avalanches: II. A Theoretical and Empirical Investigation of the Driven Case
Hartley C, Taylor TJ, Kiss IZ, Farmer SF and Berthouze L

All articles are Open Access.

Best regards, Steve

Stephen Coombes
Professor of Applied Mathematics

School of Mathematical Sciences
Nottingham, UK

Tel:  0115 846 7836


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