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STDP and oscillations produce phase-locking (Muller et al. 2011)
"... In this note, we investigate a simple mechanism for learning precise LFP-to-spike coupling in feed-forward networks – the reliable, periodic modulation of presynaptic firing rates during oscillations, coupled with spike-timing dependent plasticity. When oscillations are within the biological range (2–150 Hz), firing rates of the inputs change on a timescale highly relevant to spike-timing dependent plasticity (STDP). Through analytic and computational methods, we find points of stable phase-locking for a neuron with plastic input synapses. These points correspond to precise phase-locking behavior in the feed-forward network. The location of these points depends on the oscillation frequency of the inputs, the STDP time constants, and the balance of potentiation and de-potentiation in the STDP rule. ..."
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Muller L
Muller L, Brette R and Gutkin B (2011) Spike-timing dependent plasticity and feed-forward input oscillations produce precise and invariant spike phase-locking. Front. Comput. Neurosci. 5:45. doi: 10.3389/fncom.2011.00045
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