Download presentation

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Published byCamryn Beardmore Modified over 2 years ago

1
Yutaka Sakai, Shuji Yoshizawa Saitama Univ., Japan Saitama Univ., Japan Hiroshi Ohno Tamagawa Univ., Japan Tamagawa Univ., Japan Interpretation of Inter-Spike Interval statistics through the Markov Switching Poisson Process

2
Inter-Spike Interval (ISI: T) statistics (CV, SK, COR) ~ dimensionless Coefficient of Variation Skewness coefficient (asymmetry) Correlation coefficient of consecutive ISIs ~ Irregularity ~ long silence ~ serial correlation

3
PS area & MT area （ Funahashi, 1996 ） （ Ohno, 1999 ） Random Sequence : Poisson Process (1, 2, 0) What do the combinations mean?

4
What does a combination (CV,SK,COR) tell us? Simple spike event process (CV,SK,COR) reproduce model parameters projection

5
Active state Random spiking at Markov Switching Poisson Process Switch state at each spike event Inactive state Random spiking at

6
Markov Switching Poisson Process Active state Active state Inactive state Inactive state Mean Interval (ISI) Staying time scale Parameters (4 time scales) Interval (ISI) statistics 1 to 1

7
Dimensionless Parameters for Interpretaion Staying Time Scale Staying Time Balance

8
section COR=-0.1section COR=0 Projection to the Markov Switching section COR=0.1section COR=0.2 Model ParametersISI statistics

9
Sample data PS area of awake monkey Delay response task (Funahashi 1996) MT area of anesthetized monkey Random dots flowing (Ohno 1999)

10
Sample Data (CV,SK,COR)s … for Interpretation PS typical (SK: Large) PS typical (COR: Large) MT all

11
Sequence Properties … trough the Markov Switching Staying Time Scale inactiveactive Staying Time Balance Large COR : balance ~ inactiveLarge SK/CV: balance ~ activeMT data

12
Summary SK/CV large or COR large long staying time SK/CV large stay longer in active SK/CV large stay longer in active SK/CV small stay longer in inactive SK/CV small stay longer in inactive

Similar presentations

OK

Exponential Distribution. = mean interval between consequent events = rate = mean number of counts in the unit interval > 0 X = distance between events.

Exponential Distribution. = mean interval between consequent events = rate = mean number of counts in the unit interval > 0 X = distance between events.

© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc.

All rights reserved.

Ads by Google

Ppt on construction company profile Ppt on credit default swaps greece Download ppt on diwali Free ppt on number system for class 9 Ppt on endangered species of animals Ppt on nitrogen cycle and nitrogen fixation and denitrification Ppt on column chromatography set Ppt on eye of tiger Ppt on ready to serve beverages and more locations Ppt on new zealand culture and family tradition