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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. 21, Issue 6 - June 2009


Nonlinear Extraction of Independent Components of Natural Images Using Radial Gaussianization
pp. 1485-1519
Abstract | PDF (318.33 KB)
Dynamical Analysis of Bayesian Inference Models for the Eriksen Task
pp. 1520-1553
Abstract | PDF (567.74 KB)
A First-Order Nonhomogeneous Markov Model for the Response of Spiking Neurons Stimulated by Small Phase-Continuous Signals
pp. 1554-1588
Abstract | PDF (1.1 MB)
A Binary Variable Model for Affinity Propagation
pp. 1589-1600
Abstract | PDF (125.43 KB)
Justifying and Generalizing Contrastive Divergence
pp. 1601-1621
Abstract | PDF (232.06 KB)
A New Hypothesis for Sleep: Tuning for Criticality
pp. 1622-1641
Abstract | PDF (143.5 KB)
Generation of Spike Trains with Controlled Auto- and Cross-Correlation Functions
pp. 1642-1664
Abstract | PDF (1.03 MB)
How Does Maintenance of Network Activity Depend on Endogenous Dynamics of Isolated Neurons?
pp. 1665-1682
Abstract | PDF (1.36 MB)
GABA Transporter Preserving Ongoing Spontaneous Neuronal Activity at Firing Subthreshold
pp. 1683-1713
Abstract | PDF (1.73 MB)
Capacity of a Single Spiking Neuron Channel
pp. 1714-1748
Abstract | PDF (278.08 KB)
Adaptive Synchronization of Activities in a Recurrent Network
pp. 1749-1775
Abstract | PDF (1.74 MB)
Parameter Estimation for α-GMM Based on Maximum Likelihood Criterion
pp. 1776-1795
Abstract | PDF (737.54 KB)