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Computer simulation of the neural network composed of the head neurons of Caenorhabditis elegans was performed to reconstruct the realistic changes in the membrane potential of motoneurons in swinging the head for coordinated forward locomotion. The model neuron had ion channels for calcium and potassium, whose parameters were obtained by fitting the experimental data. Transmission properties of the chemical synapses were set as graded. The neural network involved in forward movement wasdoi:10.1088/0954-898x_15_3_003 pmid:15468735 fatcat:xy6q3kuq2zanhc3urhtu4plmsu