A network consisting of two Stein-type neuronal units is analyzed under the assumption of a complete interaction between the neurons. The firing of each neuron causes a jump of constant amplitude of the membrane potential of the other neuron. The jump is positive or negative according to whether the firing neuron is excitatory or inhibitory. Making use of a simulation procedure designed by ourselves, we study the interspike intervals of the two neurons by means of their histograms, of some descriptive statistics and of empirical distribution functions. Furthermore, via the crosscorrelation function, we investigate the synchronization between the neurons firing activity in the special case when one neuron is excitatory and the other is inhibitory.

Feedback effects in simulated Stein's coupled neurons

DI CRESCENZO, Antonio;MARTINUCCI, BARBARA;
2005

Abstract

A network consisting of two Stein-type neuronal units is analyzed under the assumption of a complete interaction between the neurons. The firing of each neuron causes a jump of constant amplitude of the membrane potential of the other neuron. The jump is positive or negative according to whether the firing neuron is excitatory or inhibitory. Making use of a simulation procedure designed by ourselves, we study the interspike intervals of the two neurons by means of their histograms, of some descriptive statistics and of empirical distribution functions. Furthermore, via the crosscorrelation function, we investigate the synchronization between the neurons firing activity in the special case when one neuron is excitatory and the other is inhibitory.
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