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The intra-parietal lobe coupled with the Basal Ganglia forms a working memory that demonstrates strong planning capabilities for generating robust yet flexible neuronal sequences. Neurocomputational models however, often fails to control long range neural synchrony in recurrent spiking networks due to spontaneous activity. As a novel framework based on the free-energy principle, we propose to see the problem of spikes' synchrony as an optimization problem of the neurons sub-threshold activitydoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0173684 pmid:28282439 pmcid:PMC5345841 fatcat:ltk2vtdwprgc3hdki4kwkdmx24