The RIDC NeuroMat research team has put forward a rigorous mathematical model for short-term plasticity. This type of plasticity has been the object of studies since at least the mid 90s, and a recent paper by Antonio Galves, Eva Löcherbach, Christophe Pouzat and Errico Presutti has now proposed a simple probabilistic model describing this phenomenon within a large network of neurons.
* Streaming: A system of interacting neurons with short term plasticity
The research agenda around the NeuroMat-developed Goalkeeper Game has been the object of several meetings throughout March.
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