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A traditional view in neuroscience is that information arriving through one channel, i.e. a synapse, is encoded through a single code in the signal, e.g., the rate or the precise timing of the incoming events. However, not all the neural readers have to be interested in the same aspect of a common input signal, especially in multifunctional networks that can take advantage of several simultaneous codes. Multiple codes can be used to discriminate or contextualize certain inputs, even in singledoi:10.1063/1.2709585 fatcat:xhfyxsbfrzazngumr6rzwgskzu