Journal: Journal of Computational Neuroscience

Volume 41, Issue 3

245 -- 268Yangyang Wang, Jonathan E. Rubin. Multiple timescale mixed bursting dynamics in a respiratory neuron model
269 -- 293Gaia Tavoni, Simona Cocco, Rémi Monasson. Neural assemblies revealed by inferred connectivity-based models of prefrontal cortex recordings
295 -- 304Henning U. Voss, Nigel Stepp. A negative group delay model for feedback-delayed manual tracking performance
305 -- 322Philippe Vincent-Lamarre, Guillaume Lajoie, Jean-Philippe Thivierge. Driving reservoir models with oscillations: a solution to the extreme structural sensitivity of chaotic networks
323 -- 337M. E. Quinta-Ferreira, F. D. S. Sampaio dos Aidos, C. M. Matias, P. J. Mendes, J. C. Dionísio, R. M. Santos, L. M. Rosário, R. M. Quinta-Ferreira. Modelling zinc changes at the hippocampal mossy fiber synaptic cleft
339 -- 366Marc Box, Matt W. Jones, Nick Whiteley. A hidden Markov model for decoding and the analysis of replay in spike trains
367 -- 391Maxim Komarov, Maxim Bazhenov. Linking dynamics of the inhibitory network to the input structure

Volume 41, Issue 2

127 -- 142Vito Di Maio, Francesco Ventriglia, Silvia Santillo. AMPA/NMDA cooperativity and integration during a single synaptic event
143 -- 155Nicholas A. Altieri, Cheng-Ta Yang. Parallel linear dynamic models can mimic the McGurk effect in clinical populations
157 -- 184Yuriy Mishchenko. Consistent estimation of complete neuronal connectivity in large neuronal populations using sparse "shotgun" neuronal activity sampling
185 -- 192Sarah Fribance, Jicheng Wang, James R. Roppolo, William C. de Groat, Changfeng Tai. Axonal model for temperature stimulation
193 -- 206Bahar Moezzi, Nicolangelo Iannella, Mark D. McDonnell. Ion channel noise can explain firing correlation in auditory nerves
207 -- 223Sora Ahn, Sang Beom Jun, Hyang Woon Lee, Seungjun Lee. in vitro experiments
225 -- 244E. C. Y. Ho, Wilson Truccolo. Interaction between synaptic inhibition and glial-potassium dynamics leads to diverse seizure transition modes in biophysical models of human focal seizures

Volume 41, Issue 1

1 -- 14Chad Giusti, Robert Ghrist, Danielle S. Bassett. Two's company, three (or more) is a simplex - Algebraic-topological tools for understanding higher-order structure in neural data
15 -- 28Michael Schellenberger Costa, Jan Born, Jens Christian Claussen, Thomas Martinetz. Modeling the effect of sleep regulation on a neural mass model
29 -- 43Ian H. Stevenson. Flexible models for spike count data with both over- and under- dispersion
45 -- 63Stefan Diehl, Erik Henningsson, Anders Heyden. Efficient simulations of tubulin-driven axonal growth
65 -- 90Timothy H. Rumbell, Danel Draguljic, Aniruddha Yadav, Patrick R. Hof, Jennifer I. Luebke, Christina M. Weaver. Automated evolutionary optimization of ion channel conductances and kinetics in models of young and aged rhesus monkey pyramidal neurons
91 -- 106Laura A. Atherton, Luke Y. Prince, Krasimira Tsaneva-Atanasova. Bifurcation analysis of a two-compartment hippocampal pyramidal cell model
107 -- 125Marcus T. Wilson, P. K. Fung, Peter A. Robinson, J. Shemmell, John N. J. Reynolds. Calcium dependent plasticity applied to repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation with a neural field model