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NC, MBE
(Joint)
2011-03-07
13:45
Tokyo Tamagawa University Storage capacity of Hopfield model with synaptic depression
Yosuke Otsubo, Kenji Nagata (Univ. of Tokyo), Masafumi Oizumi (RIKEN), Masato Okada (Univ. of Tokyo/RIKEN) NC2010-142
 [more] NC2010-142
pp.89-94
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2011-03-07
14:10
Tokyo Tamagawa University Theory of correlation in a network with synaptic plasticity
Yasuhiko Igarashi (Univ. Tokyo), Masafumi Oizumi (RIKEN), Masato Okada (Univ. Tokyo) NC2010-143
 [more] NC2010-143
pp.95-100
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2010-03-09
10:15
Tokyo Tamagawa University Difference in odor discrimination between presynaptic and postsynaptic inhibition in the Drosophila olfactory circuit
Ryota Satoh, Masafumi Oizumi (Univ. of Tokyo), Hokto Kazama (Harvard Medical School), Masato Okada (Univ. of Tokyo/RIKEN) NC2009-89
A recent investigation has indicated that lateral presynaptic inhibitory input mediates gain control in the Drosophila a... [more] NC2009-89
pp.13-18
NC 2009-10-23
16:00
Saga Saga University Statistical mechanics of a Mexican-hat-type network with Depressing Synapses
Yasuhiko Igarashi, Masafumi Oizumi (Univ. of Tokyo), Masato Okada (Univ. of Tokyo/RIKEN) NC2009-40
 [more] NC2009-40
pp.19-24
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2009-03-12
10:00
Tokyo Tamagawa Univ. Phase transition in population codes
Yusuke Usui (Tokyo Univ.), Masafumi Oizumi (Tokyo Univ./DC1), Masato Okada (Tokyo Univ./RIKEN Brain Sci Inst.) NC2008-126
We studied the influence of phase transition in neural activities on population coding.
We addressed this issue in an I... [more]
NC2008-126
pp.135-140
NC 2009-01-19
17:00
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. The significance of a nonlinear transformation and a role of local neurons in the Drosophila primary olfactory center
Ryota Satoh (Univ. of Tokyo.), Masafumi Oizumi (Univ. of Tokyo/Research Fellw of the Japan), Hokto Kazama (Harvard Medical School), Masato Okada (Univ. of Tokyo/Research Fellw of the Japan) NC2008-94
Recent investigations have shown that, in the Drosophila olfactory system, olfactory receptor neurons (ORNs) are compara... [more] NC2008-94
pp.73-78
NC 2007-10-18
10:45
Miyagi Tohoku University Fisher information in stochastic neural network models
Masafumi Oizumi, Keiji Miura (Univ. of Tokyo), Masato Okada (Univ. of Tokyo/RIKEN) NC2007-36
 [more] NC2007-36
pp.19-24
NC 2007-01-25
15:40
Hokkaido Noboribetsu Manseikaku(Noboribetsu) Rate reduction for a Hodgkin-Huxley type network model with a Hebbian connection
Masafumi Oizumi (Univ. of Tokyo), Yoichi Miyawaki (ATR), Masato Okada (Univ. of Tokyo)
 [more] NC2006-94
pp.37-42
NC 2006-07-14
13:50
Tokyo Waseda University Higher Order Effect on Analog Reduction for Network of Hodgkin-Huxley Neurons
Masafumi Oizumi (Univ. of Tokyo), Yoichi Miyawaki (ATR), Masato Okada (Univ. of Tokyo)
We propose a systematic method of rate reduction for a Hodgkin-Huxley type neural network model. In this context, Shriki... [more] NC2006-40
pp.13-18
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