Journal: Journal of Computational Neuroscience

Volume 27, Issue 3

309 -- 319Alexander G. Dimitrov, Melissa A. Sheiko, Jonathan Baker, Shih-Cheng Yen. Spatial and temporal jitter distort estimated functional properties of visual sensory neurons
321 -- 336Hojeong Kim, Lora A. Major, Kelvin E. Jones. Derivation of cable parameters for a reduced model that retains asymmetric voltage attenuation of reconstructed spinal motor neuron dendrites
337 -- 355Malin Sandström, Anders Lansner, Jeanette Hellgren Kotaleski, Jean-Pierre Rospars. Modeling the response of a population of olfactory receptor neurons to an odorant
357 -- 368Chih-Wei Chen, Ming-Shaung Ju, Yun-Nien Sun, Chou-Ching K. Lin. Model analyses of visual biofeedback training for EEG-based brain-computer interface
369 -- 390Yi Sun, Douglas Zhou, Aaditya V. Rangan, David Cai. Library-based numerical reduction of the Hodgkin-Huxley neuron for network simulation
391 -- 414Mathieu Cloutier, Fiachra B. Bolger, John P. Lowry, Peter Wellstead. An integrative dynamic model of brain energy metabolism using ::::in vivo:::: neurochemical measurements
415 -- 436Jan Karbowski. Thermodynamic constraints on neural dimensions, firing rates, brain temperature and size
437 -- 451Elham Khojasteh, Henrietta L. Galiana. Implications of gain modulation in brainstem circuits: VOR control system
453 -- 470John Eric Steephen, Rohit Manchanda. Differences in biophysical properties of nucleus accumbens medium spiny neurons emerging from inactivation of inward rectifying potassium currents
471 -- 491Geir Halnes, Erik Ulfhielm, Emma Eklöf Ljunggren, Jeanette Hellgren Kotaleski, Jean-Pierre Rospars. Modelling and sensitivity analysis of the reactions involving receptor, G-protein and effector in vertebrate olfactory receptor neurons
493 -- 506Alain Destexhe. Self-sustained asynchronous irregular states and Up-Down states in thalamic, cortical and thalamocortical networks of nonlinear integrate-and-fire neurons
507 -- 526Serafim Rodrigues, David Barton, Robert Szalai, Oscar Benjamin, Mark P. Richardson, John R. Terry. Transitions to spike-wave oscillations and epileptic dynamics in a human cortico-thalamic mean-field model
527 -- 542Paul Channell Jr., Ibiyinka Fuwape, Alexander B. Neiman, Andrey L. Shilnikov. Variability of bursting patterns in a neuron model in the presence of noise
543 -- 552Keren Erez, Jacob Goldberger, Ronen Sosnik, Moshe Shemesh, Susan Rothstein, Moshe Abeles. Analyzing movement trajectories using a Markov bi-clustering method
553 -- 567Mainak Patel, Aaditya V. Rangan, David Cai. A large-scale model of the locust antennal lobe
569 -- 590Alyosha Molnar, Hain-Ann Hsueh, Botond M. Roska, Frank S. Werblin. Crossover inhibition in the retina: circuitry that compensates for nonlinear rectifying synaptic transmission
591 -- 606Jing Shao, Dihui Lai, Ulrike Meyer, Harald Luksch, Ralf Wessel. Generating oscillatory bursts from a network of regular spiking neurons without inhibition
607 -- 620Lawrence Christopher York, Mark C. W. van Rossum. Recurrent networks with short term synaptic depression
621 -- 638Michael J. Byrne, John A. Putkey, M. Neal Waxham, Yoshihisa Kubota. Dissecting cooperative calmodulin binding to CaM kinase II: a detailed stochastic model

Volume 27, Issue 2

161 -- 176Anthony R. Kellems, Derrick Roos, Nan Xiao, Steven J. Cox. Low-dimensional, morphologically accurate models of subthreshold membrane potential
177 -- 200Birgit Kriener, Moritz Helias, Ad Aertsen, Stefan Rotter. Correlations in spiking neuronal networks with distance dependent connections
201 -- 210Changfeng Tai, James R. Roppolo, William C. de Groat. Analysis of nerve conduction block induced by direct current
211 -- 227Tomer Fekete, Itamar Pitowsky, Amiram Grinvald, David B. Omer. Arousal increases the representational capacity of cortical tissue
229 -- 243Hartmut Schmidt, Jens Eilers. Spine neck geometry determines spino-dendritic cross-talk in the presence of mobile endogenous calcium binding proteins
245 -- 257Jessica Ausborn, Harald Wolf, Wolfgang Stein. The interaction of positive and negative sensory feedback loops in dynamic regulation of a motor pattern
259 -- 275Danielle Morel, William B. Levy. The cost of linearization
277 -- 290Brian Nils Lundstrom, Michael Famulare, Larry B. Sorensen, William J. Spain, Adrienne L. Fairhall. Sensitivity of firing rate to input fluctuations depends on time scale separation between fast and slow variables in single neurons
291 -- 308Ervin Wolf, Steffen R. Soffe, Alan Roberts. Longitudinal neuronal organization and coordination in a simple vertebrate: a continuous, semi-quantitative computer model of the central pattern generator for swimming in young frog tadpoles

Volume 27, Issue 1

1 -- 0Alain Destexhe, Jonathan D. Victor. Editorial
3 -- 36Silvia Daun, Jonathan E. Rubin, Ilya A. Rybak. Control of oscillation periods and phase durations in half-center central pattern generators: a comparative mechanistic analysis
37 -- 54Asya Shpiro, Rubén Moreno-Bote, Nava Rubin, John Rinzel. Balance between noise and adaptation in competition models of perceptual bistability
55 -- 64Aatira G. Nedungadi, Govindan Rangarajan, Neeraj Jain, Mingzhou Ding. Analyzing multiple spike trains with nonparametric granger causality
65 -- 80Johannes Friedrich, Wolfgang Kinzel. Dynamics of recurrent neural networks with delayed unreliable synapses: metastable clustering
81 -- 101Richard T. Gray, Peter A. Robinson. Stability and structural constraints of random brain networks with excitatory and inhibitory neural populations
103 -- 114Stephen Jose Hanson, A. D. Gagliardi, Catherine Hanson. Solving the brain synchrony eigenvalue problem: conservation of temporal dynamics (fMRI) over subjects doing the same task
115 -- 133Robert D. Stewart, Wyeth Bair. Spiking neural network simulation: numerical integration with the Parker-Sochacki method
135 -- 160Kevin K. Lin, Eric Shea-Brown, Lai-Sang Young. Spike-time reliability of layered neural oscillator networks