The neuronal transfer function: contributions from voltage and time-dependent mechanisms
E.P. Cook, A.C. Wilhelm, J.A. Guest, Y. Liang, N.Y. Masse and C.M. Colbert (Montreal QC, Canada and Houston, TX, USA).
A simple growth model constructs critical avalanche networks
L.F. Abbott and R. Rohrkemper (New York, NY, USA and Zurich, Switzerland).
The dynamics of visual responses in the primary visual cortex
R. Shapley, M. Hawken and D. Xing (New York, NY, USA).
A quantitative theory of immediate visual recognition
T. Serre, G. Kreiman, M. Kouh, C. Cadieu, U. Knoblich and T. Poggio (Boston, MA, USA).
Attention in hierarchical models of object recognition
D.B. Walther and C. Koch (Urbana, IL, and Pasadena,CA, USA).
Towards a unified theory of neocortex: laminar cortical circuits for vision and cognition
S. Grossberg (Boston, MA, USA).
Real-time neural coding of memory
J.Z. Tsien (Boston, MA, USA).
Beyond timing in the auditory brainstem: intensity in the avian cochlear nucleus angularis
K.M. MacLeod and C.E. Carr (College Park, MD, USA).
Neural strategies for optimal processing of sensory signals
L. Maler (Ottawa, ON, Canada).
Coordinate transformations and sensory integration in the detection of spatial orientation and self-motion: from models to experiments
A.M. Green and D.E. Angelaki (Montreal, QC, Canada and St. Louis, MO, USA).
Sensorimotor optimization in higher dimensions
. Tweed (Toronto, ON,USA).
How tightly tuned are network parameters? Insight from computational and experimental studies in small rhythmic motor networks
E. Marder, A.-E. Tobin and R. Grashow (Waltham, MA, USA).
Spatial organization and state-dependent mechanisms for respiratory rhythm and