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    Statistical mechanics of neocortical interactions: EEG correlates of reaction times

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    This paper focuses on how bottom-up neocortical models can be developed into eigenfunction expansions of probability distributions appropriate to describe short-term memory in the context of scalp EEG. The mathematics of eigenfunctions are similar to the top-down eigenfunctions developed by Nunez, albeit they have different physical manifestations. The bottom-up eigenfunctions are at the local mesocolumnar scale, whereas the top-down eigenfunctions are at the global regional scale. However, as described in several joint papers, our approaches have regions of substantial overlap, and future studies may expand top-down eigenfunctions into the bottom-up eigenfunctions, yielding a model of scalp EEG that is ultimately expressed in terms of columnar states of neocortical processing of attention and short-term memory.

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    Title : Statistical mechanics of neocortical interactions: EEG correlates of reaction times
    Author(s) : L. Ingber
    Abstract : This paper focuses on how bottom-up neocortical models can be developed into eigenfunction expansions of probability distributions appropriate to describe short-term memory in the context of scalp EEG. The mathematics of eigenfunctions are similar to the top-down eigenfunctions developed by Nunez, albeit they have different physical manifestations. The bottom-up eigenfunctions are at the local mesocolumnar scale, whereas the top-down eigenfunctions are at the global regional scale. However, as described in several joint papers, our approaches have regions of substantial overlap, and future studies may expand top-down eigenfunctions into the bottom-up eigenfunctions, yielding a model of scalp EEG that is ultimately expressed in terms of columnar states of neocortical processing of attention and short-term memory.
    Keywords : eeg, eigen, electroencyphalogram, imaging, neurobiology, nonlinear, short term memory, statistical

    Subject : unspecified
    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2000

    Affiliations Lester Ingber Research
    Journal : Proceedings of the 22nd Annual International Conference of the I
    Volume : 4
    Issue : 3
    Publisher : IEEE
    Pages : 2834 - 2841
    Url : http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=901458
    Isbn : 0-7803-6465-1
    Doi : 10.1109/IEMBS.2000.901458

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