Pair-Correlation in the Time and Frequency Domain
Neural pair-correlation can be analyzed and represented in both the time and frequency domains. Sometimes it is easier to see the effects in the time domain correlograms, sometimes the frequency representation in the form of the coherence function gives more insight, for instance, about which frequency regions contribute to the correlation. Regardless the preference one might have of the domain for representing the interactions, calculations are generally easier and faster when performed in the frequency domain.
KeywordsAuditory Cortex Spike Train Neural Correlation Common Input Partial Coherence
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