A theory of steady-state activity in nerve-fiber networks III: The simple circuit in complete activity
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Continuing the investigation previously introduced, it is shown here that when the product of the activity parameters of the circuit is not exceeded by unity (algebraically) a steady state is not possible in which all fibers of the circuit are active, whereas when this product is exceeded by unity, any stimulus pattern which is consistent with such a state of complete activity is inconsistent with any state of partial activity of the circuit.
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