An example of a spike sorting task using ‘nev2lkit enhanced‘ tool.

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Background noise and spike overlap pose problems in contemporary spike-sorting strategies. In this paper, both issues are addressed by a hybrid scheme that combines the robust representation of spike waveforms to facilitate the reliable identification of contributing neurons with efficient data learning to enable the precise decomposition of coactivations.

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In this tutorial by Dr. Liam Paninski, the Expectation-Maximization (EM) algorithm is discussed and illustrated in a variety of neural examples. Read the rest of this entry…

By Dr. Nikolaos A. Laskaris

The term ‘‘pattern’’, currently, encompasses the notion of a variety of data-forms the machines have to tackle with. Despite the fact that in early days it was used mostly for pictorial information, i.e. 2D-signals, now the same term stands almost for any output from a data-source. For instance, any digital-signal can be considered as an 1D-pattern, a grey-scale image as a 2D-patterm, a video-sequence as a (temporal) multi-dimensional pattern etc. Read the rest of this entry…

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