Dynamics of self-sustained activity in random networks with strong synapses
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Published: 18 July 2011
We acknowledge support by the NOTUR and eScience programs of the Research Council of Norway. All network simulations were carried out with the neural simulation tool NEST (see http://www.nest-initiative.org).
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