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High-frequency synchronization has been found in many real neural systems and is confirmed by excitatory/inhibitory (E/I) network models. However, the functional role played by it remains elusive. In this paper, it is found that high-frequency synchronization in E/I neuronal networks could improve the firing rate contrast of the whole network, no matter if the network is fully connected or randomly connected, with noise or without noise. It is also found that the global firing rate contrastdoi:10.1155/2020/8823111 pmid:33224190 pmcid:PMC7669332 fatcat:ajjx4hh6unbkni3cpfrkdwliry