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Neural information is Shannon information! We believe neurons in primary sensory cortex maximize the information transmitted per energy expended. Let "j" be such a neuron. Neuron j receives spike trains from circa 10,000 other neurons. In response, j produces a voltage called the post-synaptic potential (PSP). When the PSP reaches a threshold, j sends an action potential (AP) to all its target neurons, which also number circa 10,000. PSP's are modeled as time and amplitude-continuous randomdoi:10.1109/ita.2016.7888196 dblp:conf/ita/BergerS16 fatcat:sc4xsifndfgv5hsxjofgknnghq