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From Synchrony to Harmony: Ideas on the Function of Neural Assemblies and on the Interpretation of Neural Synchrony

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Aertsen,  A
Former Department Structure and Function of Natural Nerve-Net , Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Max Planck Society;
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Max Planck Society;

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Johannesma, P., Aertsen, A., Van Den Boogaard, H., Eggermont, J., & Epping, W. (1986). From Synchrony to Harmony: Ideas on the Function of Neural Assemblies and on the Interpretation of Neural Synchrony. In G. Palm, & A. Aertsen (Eds.), Brain Theory: Proceedings of the First Trieste Meeting on Brain Theory, October 1–4, 1984 (pp. 25-47). Berlin, Germany: Springer.


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Abstract
Point of departure are experimental data acquired by simultaneous recording of the activity of a number (2–16) of individual neurons during presentation of a sensory stimulus. The area under investigation is the auditory midbrain (Torus semicircularis) of the immobilized grassfrog (Rana temporaria L.). The sensory stimuli are both artificial (noise, tones and clicks) and natural sounds (vocalizations and environmental sounds). The goal of investigation is an insight into the neural representation of the sensory environment.