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How do neuronal populations encode time-dependent stimuli in their population firing rate? To address this question, I consider the quasi-renewal equation and the event-based expansion, two theoretical approximations proposed recently, and test these against peri-stimulus time histograms from L2-3 pyramidal cells in vitro. Parameters are optimized by gradient descent to best match the firing rate output given the current input. The fitting method can estimate single-neuron parameters that arearXiv:1308.5668v2 fatcat:ik4nowuyarb5nngs5oc6se3vci