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3D human arm reaching movement planning with principal patterns in successive phases

There are observations indicating that the central nervous system (CNS) decomposes a movement into several successive sub-movements as an effective strategy to control the motor task. In this study, we propose an algorithm in which, Arm Reaching …


Effects of Focal Axonal Swelling Level on the Action Potential Signal Transmission

Focal axon swelling refers to localized swelling in axons that may occur because of trauma (e.g., traumatic brain injury) or neurodegenerative diseases (e.g., Alzheimer’s disease). Since the swelling region can be many times larger than its …


Comparative power spectral analysis of simultaneous electroencephalographic and magnetoencephalographic recordings in humans suggests non-resistive extracellular media

EEG and MEG power spectra

The resistive or non-resistive nature of the extracellular space in the brain is still debated, and is an important issue for correctly modeling extracellular potentials. Here, we first show theoretically that if the medium is resistive, the …

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The Journal of Computational Neuroscience provides a forum for papers that fit the interface between computational and experimental work in the neurosciences. The Journal of Computational Neuroscience publishes full length original papers, rapid communications and review articles describing theoretical and experimental work relevant to computations in the brain and nervous system. Papers that combine theoretical and experimental work are especially encouraged. Primarily, theoretical papers should deal with issues of obvious relevance to biological nervous systems. Experimental papers should have implications for the computational function of the nervous system, and may report results using any of a variety of approaches including anatomy, electrophysiology, biophysics, imaging, and molecular biology. Papers investigating the physiological mechanisms underlying pathologies of the nervous system, or papers that report novel technologies of interest to researchers in computational neuroscience, including advances in neural data analysis methods with the potential to yield insights into the function of the nervous system, are also welcomed. It is anticipated that all levels of analysis from cognitive to cellular will be represented in the Journal of Computational Neuroscience. However, papers that are primarily devoted to new methods or analyses should demonstrate their utility for the investigation of mechanisms or principles of neural function.

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