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At the beginning of this book, in Example 1.1 (p. 3), we described the activity of a neuron recorded from the supplementary eye field. Interpreting Fig. 1.1 we said that, toward the end of each trial, the neuron fired more rapidly under one experimental condition than under the other.
KeywordsFiring Rate Poisson Process Point Process Spike Train Renewal Process
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