Jose Pedro Segundo

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University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
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Also called Pepe.

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Segundo J. (2012) A few words à propos of neural coding (also thanks alleged and wisdom) Brain Research. 1434: 2-3
Segundo JP. (2010) A history of spike trains as Point Processes in neural coding. Journal of Physiology, Paris. 104: 156-9
Villa AE, Asai Y, Segundo JP. (2007) Influence of the temporal distribution of electric pulses on transcallosal single unit responses. Bio Systems. 89: 143-53
Vibert JF, Alvarez F, Segundo JP. (2007) Visu and xtms: Point process visualisation and analysis tools Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 4370: 173-182
Gómez L, Budelli R, Saa R, et al. (2005) Pooled spike trains of correlated presynaptic inputs as realizations of cluster point processes. Biological Cybernetics. 92: 110-27
Segundo JP. (2003) Nonlinear dynamics of point process systems and data International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos in Applied Sciences and Engineering. 13: 2035-2116
Pakdaman K, Alvarez F, Segundo JP, et al. (2002) Adaptation prevents discharge saturation in models of single neurons with recurrent excitation International Journal of Modelling and Simulation. 22: 260-269
Segundo JP. (2000) Some thoughts about neural coding and spike trains. Bio Systems. 58: 3-7
Segundo JP, Sugihara G, Dixon P, et al. (1998) The spike trains of inhibited pacemaker neurons seen through the magnifying glass of nonlinear analyses. Neuroscience. 87: 741-66
Segundo JP, Vibert JF, Stiber M. (1998) Periodically-modulated inhibition of living pacemaker neurons--III. The heterogeneity of the postsynaptic spike trains, and how control parameters affect it. Neuroscience. 87: 15-47
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