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Dynamical systems in neuroscience : the geometry of excitability and bursting / Eugene M. Izhikevich.

By: Izhikevich, Eugene MMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Computational neuroscienceCopyright date: ©2007Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 441 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780262276078; 0262276070; 1429413050; 9781429413053Subject(s): Neurology | Neurons | Differentiable dynamical systems | Neurosciences | Neurosciences | Neurons | Models, Neurological | MEDICAL -- Neuroscience | PSYCHOLOGY -- Neuropsychology | Differentiable dynamical systems | Neurology | Neurons | Neurosciences | NEUROSCIENCE/GeneralGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Dynamical systems in neuroscience.DDC classification: 612.8 LOC classification: QP355.2 | .I94 2007ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
1. Introduction -- 2. Electrophysiology of neurons -- 3. One-dimensional systems -- 4. Two-dimensional systems -- 5. Conductance-based models and their reductions -- 6. Bifurcations -- 7. Neuronal excitability -- 8. Simple models -- 9. Bursting -- 10. Synchronization.
Summary: Explains the relationship of electrophysiology, nonlinear dynamics, and the computational properties of neurons, with each concept presented in terms of both neuroscience and mathematics and illustrated using geometrical intuition. In order to model neuronal behavior or to interpret the results of modeling studies, neuroscientists must call upon methods of nonlinear dynamics. This book offers an introduction to nonlinear dynamical systems theory for researchers and graduate students in neuroscience. It also provides an overview of neuroscience for mathematicians who want to learn the basic facts of electrophysiology. Dynamical Systems in Neuroscience presents a systematic study of the relationship of electrophysiology, nonlinear dynamics, and computational properties of neurons. It emphasizes that information processing in the brain depends not only on the electrophysiological properties of neurons but also on their dynamical properties. The book introduces dynamical systems, starting with one- and two-dimensional Hodgkin-Huxley-type models and continuing to a description of bursting systems. Each chapter proceeds from the simple to the complex, and provides sample problems at the end. The book explains all necessary mathematical concepts using geometrical intuition; it includes many figures and few equations, making it especially suitable for non-mathematicians. Each concept is presented in terms of both neuroscience and mathematics, providing a link between the two disciplines. Nonlinear dynamical systems theory is at the core of computational neuroscience research, but it is not a standard part of the graduate neuroscience curriculum--or taught by math or physics department in a way that is suitable for students of biology. This book offers neuroscience students and researchers a comprehensive account of concepts and methods increasingly used in computational neuroscience. An additional chapter on synchronization, with more advanced material, can be found at the author's website, www.izhikevich.com.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 419-434) and index.

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1. Introduction -- 2. Electrophysiology of neurons -- 3. One-dimensional systems -- 4. Two-dimensional systems -- 5. Conductance-based models and their reductions -- 6. Bifurcations -- 7. Neuronal excitability -- 8. Simple models -- 9. Bursting -- 10. Synchronization.

Explains the relationship of electrophysiology, nonlinear dynamics, and the computational properties of neurons, with each concept presented in terms of both neuroscience and mathematics and illustrated using geometrical intuition. In order to model neuronal behavior or to interpret the results of modeling studies, neuroscientists must call upon methods of nonlinear dynamics. This book offers an introduction to nonlinear dynamical systems theory for researchers and graduate students in neuroscience. It also provides an overview of neuroscience for mathematicians who want to learn the basic facts of electrophysiology. Dynamical Systems in Neuroscience presents a systematic study of the relationship of electrophysiology, nonlinear dynamics, and computational properties of neurons. It emphasizes that information processing in the brain depends not only on the electrophysiological properties of neurons but also on their dynamical properties. The book introduces dynamical systems, starting with one- and two-dimensional Hodgkin-Huxley-type models and continuing to a description of bursting systems. Each chapter proceeds from the simple to the complex, and provides sample problems at the end. The book explains all necessary mathematical concepts using geometrical intuition; it includes many figures and few equations, making it especially suitable for non-mathematicians. Each concept is presented in terms of both neuroscience and mathematics, providing a link between the two disciplines. Nonlinear dynamical systems theory is at the core of computational neuroscience research, but it is not a standard part of the graduate neuroscience curriculum--or taught by math or physics department in a way that is suitable for students of biology. This book offers neuroscience students and researchers a comprehensive account of concepts and methods increasingly used in computational neuroscience. An additional chapter on synchronization, with more advanced material, can be found at the author's website, www.izhikevich.com.

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