Volume 67, Number 1, May 1992
: A unified neural model of spatiotemporal processing in X and Y retinal ganglion cells.
: A unified neural network model of spatiotemporal processing in X and Y retinal ganglion cells.
Volume 67, Number 2, June 1992
: The electrical coupling of two simple oscillators: load and acceleration effects.
D. H. Berger
, Karl H. Pribram
: The relationship between the Gabor elementary function and a stochastic model of the inter-spike interval distribution in the responses of visual cortex neurons.
Volume 67, Number 3, July 1992
: Band-limited white noise stimulation and reverse correlation analysis in the prediction of impulse responses of encoder models.
: Spike propagation during the refractory period in the stochastic Hodgkin-Huxley model.
: The relationship between a neuronal cross-correlogram and the underlying postsynaptic current.
Volume 67, Number 4, August 1992
, Ad Aertsen
: Rate coherence and event coherence in the visual cortex: a neuronal model of object recognition.
B. J. M. Hess
: Three-dimensional head angular velocity detection from otolith afferent signals.
: Noninvasive diagnosis of coronary artery disease using a neural network algorithm.
Mark L. Latash
: Independent control of joint stiffness in the framework of the equilibrium-point hypothesis.
Volume 67, Number 5, September 1992
Steven J. Schiff
, Taeun Chang
: Differentiation of linearly correlated noise from chaos in a biologic system using surrogate data.
: Reduction of a Hodgkin-Huxley-type model for a mammalian neuron at body temperature.
, Basabi Bhaumik
: Optimization with neural networks: a recipe for improving convergence and solution quality.
S. W. Gillanders
, D. S. Saunders
: A coupled pacemaker-slave model for the insect photoperiodic clock: interpretation of ovarian diapause data in Drosophila melanogaster.
: Two and three dimensional reductions of the Hodgkin-Huxley system: separation of time scales and bifurcation schemes.
Volume 67, Number 6, October 1992
Dora E. Angelaki
: Two-dimensional coding of linear acceleration and the angular velocity sensitivity of the otolith system.
F. N. Quandt
, F. A. Davis
: Action potential refractory period in axonal demyelination: a computer simulation.