Michael Stiber
Michael Stiber
Professor of Computing and Software Systems, University of Washington Bothell
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Periodic inhibition of living pacemaker neurons (I): locked, intermittent, messy, and hopping behaviors
JP Segundo, E Altshuler, M Stiber, A Garfinkel
International journal of Bifurcation and Chaos 1 (03), 549-581, 1991
691991
Origins: Brain and self organization
KH Pribram
Routledge, 2018
672018
A Long History, a Recent Revival and Some Theory
JP Segundo, JF Vibert, K Pakdaman, M Stiber, OD Martinez
Origins: Brain and self organization, 299, 1994
541994
Global bifurcation structure of a Bonhoeffer-van der Pol oscillator driven by periodic pulse trains
T Nomura, S Sato, S Doi, JP Segundo, MD Stiber
Biological cybernetics 72 (1), 55-67, 1994
521994
A Bonhoeffer-van der Pol oscillator model of locked and non-locked behaviors of living pacemaker neurons
T Nomura, S Sato, S Doi, JP Segundo, MD Stiber
Biological cybernetics 69 (5-6), 429-437, 1993
521993
The spike trains of inhibited pacemaker neurons seen through the magnifying glass of nonlinear analyses
JP Segundo, G Sugihara, P Dixon, M Stiber, LF Bersier
Neuroscience 87 (4), 741-766, 1998
431998
Transients in the inhibitory driving of neurons and their postsynaptic consequences
JP Segundo, M Stiber, E Altshuler, JF Vibert
Neuroscience 62 (2), 459-480, 1994
391994
Periodically modulated inhibition and its postsynaptic consequences—I. General features. Influence of modulation frequency
JP Segundo, JF Vibert, M Stiber, S Hanneton
Neuroscience 68 (3), 657-692, 1995
321995
A modified radial isochron clock with slow and fast dynamics as a model of pacemaker neurons
T Nomura, S Sato, S Doi, JP Segundo, MD Stiber
Biological cybernetics 72 (2), 93-101, 1994
321994
Periodically modulated inhibition and its postsynaptic consequences—II. Influence of modulation slope, depth, range, noise and of postsynaptic natural discharges
JP Segundo, M Stiber, JF Vibert, S Hanneton
Neuroscience 68 (3), 693-719, 1995
301995
Periodic inhibition of living pacemaker neurons (II): Influences of driver rates and transients and of nondriven postsynaptic rates
JP Segundo, E Altshuler, M Stiber, A Garfinkel
International journal of Bifurcation and Chaos 1 (04), 873-890, 1991
301991
A survey of system administrator mental models and situation awareness
DG Hrebec, M Stiber
Proceedings of the 2001 ACM SIGCPR conference on Computer personnel research …, 2001
282001
Dynamics of synaptic transfer in living and simulated neurons
M Stiber, JP Segundo
IEEE International Conference on Neural Networks, 75-80, 1993
231993
Complex responses of living neurons to pacemaker inhibition: a comparison of dynamical models
M Stiber, K Pakdaman, JF Vibert, E Boussard, JP Segundo, T Nomura, ...
Biosystems 40 (1-2), 177-188, 1997
221997
Synaptic coding of spike trains
JP Segundo, M Stiber, JF Vibert
The handbook of brain theory and neural networks, 953-956, 1998
191998
Responses to transients in living and simulated neurons
M Stiber, R Ieong, JP Segundo
IEEE transactions on neural networks 8 (6), 1379-1385, 1997
191997
Dynamics of synaptic integration
MD Stiber
University of California at Los Angeles, 1992
181992
Synaptic coding of periodically modulated spike trains
JP Segundo, JF Vibert, M Stiber, S Hanneton
IEEE International Conference on Neural Networks, 58-63, 1993
141993
Periodically-modulated inhibition of living pacemaker neurons—III. The heterogeneity of the postsynaptic spike trains, and how control parameters affect it
JP Segundo, JF Vibert, M Stiber
Neuroscience 87 (1), 15-47, 1998
131998
Spike timing precision and neural error correction: Local behavior
M Stiber
Neural Computation 17 (7), 1577-1601, 2005
122005
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