Journal: Journal of Computational Neuroscience

Volume 25, Issue 3

401 -- 438Gregor Kovacic, Louis Tao, David Cai, Michael J. Shelley. Theoretical analysis of reverse-time correlation for idealized orientation tuning dynamics
439 -- 448Michael L. Hines, Henry Markram, Felix Schürmann. Fully implicit parallel simulation of single neurons
449 -- 464Joachim Haß, Stefan Blaschke, Thomas Rammsayer, J. Michael Herrmann. A neurocomputational model for optimal temporal processing
465 -- 480Michael J. Rempe, Nelson Spruston, William L. Kath, David L. Chopp. Compartmental neural simulations with spatial adaptivity
481 -- 500Tomas Kulvicius, Minija Tamosiunaite, James Ainge, Paul Dudchenko, Florentin Wörgötter. Odor supported place cell model and goal navigation in rodents
501 -- 519Rachel Moroney, Ciska Heida, Jan Geelen. Increased bradykinesia in Parkinson s disease with increased movement complexity: elbow flexion-extension movements
520 -- 542Rogerio R. L. Cisi, André F. Kohn. Simulation system of spinal cord motor nuclei and associated nerves and muscles, in a Web-based architecture
543 -- 561Wolfgang Stein, Oliver Straub, Jessica Ausborn, Wolfgang Mader, Harald Wolf. Motor pattern selection by combinatorial code of interneuronal pathways
562 -- 582Minija Tamosiunaite, James Ainge, Tomas Kulvicius, Bernd Porr, Paul Dudchenko, Florentin Wörgötter. Path-finding in real and simulated rats: assessing the influence of path characteristics on navigation learning
583 -- 606Zhiyong Chen, Min Zheng, W. Otto Friesen, Tetsuya Iwasaki. Multivariable harmonic balance analysis of the neuronal oscillator for leech swimming

Volume 25, Issue 2

211 -- 227Marifi Güler. Detailed numerical investigation of the dissipative stochastic mechanics based neuron model
228 -- 244Yulia Timofeeva, S. J. Cox, Stephen Coombes, Kresimir Josic. Democratization in a passive dendritic tree: an analytical investigation
245 -- 261Péter L. Várkonyi, Tim Kiemel, Kathleen Hoffman, Avis H. Cohen, Philip Holmes. On the derivation and tuning of phase oscillator models for lamprey central pattern generators
262 -- 281Sachin S. Talathi, Dong-Uk Hwang, William L. Ditto. Spike timing dependent plasticity promotes synchrony of inhibitory networks in the presence of heterogeneity
282 -- 295K. J. Kelleher, V. Hajdik, C. M. Colbert, Kresimir Josic. Learning by structural remodeling in a class of single cell models
296 -- 307Iskander R. Gilmanov, Dmitry V. Samigullin, Frantisek Vyskocil, Eugeny E. Nikolsky, Ellya A. Bukharaeva. Modeling of quantal neurotransmitter release kinetics in the presence of fixed and mobile calcium buffers
308 -- 316Ofer Melamed, Omri Barak, Gilad Silberberg, Henry Markram, Misha Tsodyks. Slow oscillations in neural networks with facilitating synapses
317 -- 333William H. Nesse, Alla Borisyuk, Paul C. Bressloff. Fluctuation-driven rhythmogenesis in an excitatory neuronal network with slow adaptation
334 -- 348Bradford E. Peercy. Initiation and propagation of a neuronal intracellular calcium wave
349 -- 365G. G. Somjen, H. Kager, W. J. Wadman. Computer simulations of neuron-glia interactions mediated by ion flux
366 -- 389Berton A. Earnshaw, Paul C. Bressloff. Modeling the role of lateral membrane diffusion in AMPA receptor trafficking along a spiny dendrite
390 -- 400Melinda Koelling, Robert Shapley, Michael Shelley. Retinal and cortical nonlinearities combine to produce masking in V1 responses to plaids

Volume 25, Issue 1

1 -- 24Bruce A. Carlson, Masashi Kawasaki. From stimulus estimation to combination sensitivity: encoding and processing of amplitude and timing information in parallel, convergent sensory pathways
25 -- 38François David, Christiane Linster, Thomas A. Cleland. Lateral dendritic shunt inhibition can regularize mitral cell spike patterning
39 -- 63Boris B. Vladimirski, Joël Tabak, Michael J. O Donovan, John Rinzel. Episodic activity in a heterogeneous excitatory network, from spiking neurons to mean field
64 -- 88Gordon Pipa, Diek W. Wheeler, Wolf Singer, Danko Nikolic. NeuroXidence: reliable and efficient analysis of an excess or deficiency of joint-spike events
89 -- 107Magteld Zeitler, Pascal Fries, Stan Gielen. Biased competition through variations in amplitude of ::::gamma:::: -oscillations
108 -- 121Mikael Huss, Di Wang, Camilla Trané, Martin Wikström, Jeanette Hellgren Kotaleski. An experimentally constrained computational model of NMDA oscillations in lamprey CPG neurons
122 -- 140Jaime de la Rocha, Néstor Parga. Thalamocortical transformations of periodic stimuli: the effect of stimulus velocity and synaptic short-term depression in the vibrissa-barrel system
141 -- 157Per Danzl, Robert Hansen, Guillaume Bonnet, Jeff Moehlis. Partial phase synchronization of neural populations due to random Poisson inputs
158 -- 168M. Brozovic, L. F. Abbott, R. A. Andersen. Mechanism of gain modulation at single neuron and network levels
169 -- 187Laurent Bonnasse-Gahot, Jean-Pierre Nadal. Neural coding of categories: information efficiency and optimal population codes
188 -- 202P. H. de Vries, K. R. van Slochteren. The nature of the memory trace and its neurocomputational implications
203 -- 210Michael L. Hines, Hubert Eichner, Felix Schürmann. Neuron splitting in compute-bound parallel network simulations enables runtime scaling with twice as many processors