||We show, in a simplified network consisting of an oscillator
inhibiting a follower neuron, how the interaction between synaptic depression
and a transient potassium current in the follower neuron determines the
activity phase of this neuron. We derive a mathematical expression to
determine at what phase of the oscillation the follower neuron becomes
active. This expression can be used to understand which parameters determine
the phase of activity of the follower as the frequency of the oscillator is
changed. See paper for more.