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Neural Computation


Terrence J. Sejnowski, Editor-in-Chief

Neural Computation disseminates important, multidisciplinary research in a field that attracts psychologists, physicists, computer scientists, neuroscientists, and artificial intelligence investigators, among others.

Table of Contents

Vol. 20, Issue 1 - January 2008


The High-Conductance State of Cortical Networks
pp. 1-43
Abstract | PDF (3.62 MB)
Irregular Firing of Isolated Cortical Interneurons in Vitro Driven by Intrinsic Stochastic Mechanisms
pp. 44-64
Abstract | PDF (532.74 KB)
A Very Simple Spiking Neuron Model That Allows for Modeling of Large, Complex Systems
pp. 65-90
Abstract | PDF (2.23 MB)
Bayesian Spiking Neurons I: Inference
pp. 91-117
Abstract | PDF (368.09 KB)
Bayesian Spiking Neurons II: Learning
pp. 118-145
Abstract | PDF (671.92 KB)
Population Coding with Motion Energy Filters: The Impact of Correlations
pp. 146-175
Abstract | PDF (2 MB)
Feedback Decoding of Spatially Structured Population Activity in Cortical Maps
pp. 176-204
Abstract | PDF (1.44 MB)
Chaotic Frequency Scaling in a Coupled Oscillator Model for Free Rhythmic Actions
pp. 205-226
Abstract | PDF (3.56 MB)
The Actor-Critic Learning Is Behind the Matching Law: Matching Versus Optimal Behaviors
pp. 227-251
Abstract | PDF (350.82 KB)
Minimization of Error Functionals over Perceptron Networks
pp. 252-270
Abstract | PDF (146.47 KB)
An SMO Algorithm for the Potential Support Vector Machine
pp. 271-287
Abstract | PDF (467.45 KB)
On the Classification Capability of Sign-Constrained Perceptrons
pp. 288-309
Abstract | PDF (656.18 KB)