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Fast Response and Temporal Coherent Oscillations in Small-World Networks
Physical Review Letters
We have investigated the role that different connectivity regimes play on the dynamics of a network of Hodgkin-Huxley neurons by computer simulations. The different connectivity topologies exhibit the following features: random connectivity topologies give rise to fast system response yet are unable to produce coherent oscillations in the average activity of the network; on the other hand, regular connectivity topologies give rise to coherent oscillations and temporal coding, but in a temporaldoi:10.1103/physrevlett.84.2758 pmid:11017318 fatcat:5uxtmgwaczce7l7bee47ymp7xa