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Estimating the 3D pore size distribution of biopolymer networks from directionally biased data
NR Lang, S Münster, C Metzner, P Krauss, S Schürmann, J Lange, ...
Biophysical journal 105 (9), 1967-1975, 2013
1262013
Stochastic resonance controlled upregulation of internal noise after hearing loss as a putative cause of tinnitus-related neuronal hyperactivity
P Krauss, K Tziridis, C Metzner, A Schilling, U Hoppe, H Schulze
Frontiers in neuroscience 10, 597, 2016
1082016
The neural bases of tinnitus: lessons from deafness and cochlear implants
M Knipper, P Van Dijk, H Schulze, B Mazurek, P Krauss, V Scheper, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 40 (38), 7190-7202, 2020
712020
Adaptive stochastic resonance for unknown and variable input signals
P Krauss, C Metzner, A Schilling, C Schütz, K Tziridis, B Fabry, H Schulze
Scientific reports 7 (1), 2450, 2017
702017
Cross-modal stochastic resonance as a universal principle to enhance sensory processing
P Krauss, K Tziridis, A Schilling, H Schulze
Frontiers in neuroscience 12, 578, 2018
632018
Quantifying the separability of data classes in neural networks
A Schilling, A Maier, R Gerum, C Metzner, P Krauss
Neural Networks 139, 278-293, 2021
59*2021
Analysis of audiometric differences of patients with and without tinnitus in a large clinical database
D Gollnast, K Tziridis, P Krauss, A Schilling, U Hoppe, H Schulze
Frontiers in neurology 8, 31, 2017
562017
The stochastic resonance model of auditory perception: A unified explanation of tinnitus development, Zwicker tone illusion, and residual inhibition
A Schilling, K Tziridis, H Schulze, P Krauss
Progress in Brain Research 262, 139-157, 2021
482021
Sparsity through evolutionary pruning prevents neuronal networks from overfitting
RC Gerum, A Erpenbeck, P Krauss, A Schilling
Neural Networks 128, 305-312, 2020
472020
A statistical method for analyzing and comparing spatiotemporal cortical activation patterns
P Krauss, C Metzner, A Schilling, K Tziridis, M Traxdorf, A Wollbrink, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 5433, 2018
462018
Intrinsic noise improves speech recognition in a computational model of the auditory pathway
A Schilling, R Gerum, C Metzner, A Maier, P Krauss
Frontiers in Neuroscience 16, 908330, 2022
432022
A new statistical approach for the evaluation of gap-prepulse inhibition of the acoustic startle reflex (GPIAS) for tinnitus assessment
A Schilling, P Krauss, R Gerum, C Metzner, K Tziridis, H Schulze
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 11, 198, 2017
422017
Analysis of multichannel eeg patterns during human sleep: a novel approach
P Krauss, A Schilling, J Bauer, K Tziridis, C Metzner, H Schulze, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 12, 121, 2018
412018
Therapeutic Value of Ginkgo biloba Extract EGb 761® in an Animal Model (Meriones unguiculatus) for Noise Trauma Induced Hearing Loss and Tinnitus
P Krauss, K Tziridis, S Buerbank, A Schilling, H Schulze
PloS one 11 (6), e0157574, 2016
402016
Will we ever have conscious machines?
P Krauss, A Maier
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 14, 116, 2020
382020
Analysis and visualization of sleep stages based on deep neural networks
P Krauss, C Metzner, N Joshi, H Schulze, M Traxdorf, A Maier, A Schilling
Neurobiology of sleep and circadian rhythms 10, 100064, 2021
362021
Analysis of structure and dynamics in three-neuron motifs
P Krauss, A Zankl, A Schilling, H Schulze, C Metzner
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 13, 5, 2019
362019
“Recurrence resonance” in three-neuron motifs
P Krauss, K Prebeck, A Schilling, C Metzner
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 13, 64, 2019
332019
Weight statistics controls dynamics in recurrent neural networks
P Krauss, M Schuster, V Dietrich, A Schilling, H Schulze, C Metzner
PloS one 14 (4), e0214541, 2019
292019
Known operator learning and hybrid machine learning in medical imaging—a review of the past, the present, and the future
A Maier, H Köstler, M Heisig, P Krauss, SH Yang
Progress in Biomedical Engineering 4 (2), 022002, 2022
282022
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