Voltage based spike timing dependent plasticity

SpikeFun 1.01 – Spontaneous emergence of orientation sensitivity in population of V1 cells with voltage-based Spike Timing Dependent Plasticity (STDP)

DigiCortex Engine can be used to model some of the emergent phenomena of the developing cortex. In this article we show how spontaneous orientation sensitivity of the primary visual cortex (V1) cells develops in presence of natural video signal and voltage-dependent spike-timing dependent plasticity (vSTDP). Click on the title to read more...

SpikeFun v0.91 - Voltage Based STDP

SpikeFun v0.91 is out and brings support for more advanced long-term plasticity - Voltage-based STDP (based on the model of Clopath et. al). Voltage-based STDP is in agreement with more experimental data than conventional STDP models that consider spike timing only.

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