I had the chance to give during the first week at OCNC (Okinawa Computational Neuroscience Course) a tutorial on NEURON neuron_tuto. This tutorial contains some self-advertisement ;), it demonstrates that a neuron with two passive dendrites can compute a linearly non-separable function, i.e. the feature binding problem. I hope it will be useful for your work.
I write not to bring pity on myself but by pure immodesty for my work. I was diagnosed with primary progressive multiple sclerosis (MS)six years…
An post to point toward the book chapter I wrote at the end of my PhD.Caze2013Chap
A neuron receives its input through passive or active dendrites. Active dendrites can sum excitatory inputs both below and above their sum. This feature turns…
A neuron possesses receptive organs called dendrites that are active or passive. Active dendrites can sum excitatory inputs both below and above their arithmetic sum.…