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Mode-locking behavior of Izhikevich neurons under periodic external forcing
© Farokhniaee and Large 2015
- Published: 18 December 2015
- Auditory System
- Auditory Nerve
- Laser Resonance
- Periodic Stimulus
- Complex Spike
Different mode-locked regions that are shown in the Arnold tongues diagram are predictors of mode-locking of auditory system neurons to sound, which in turn predict the formation of harmonics and sub-harmonics of the sound in the brain.
This work was supported by University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
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