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Evolutionary algorithm search for connectivity patterns conducive to bursting in respiratory neural networks

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illustrates the regularities in closeness centrality (CC), betweenness centality (BC) and out-degree (OD) distributions in well-adapted networks of LIF neurons. In well-adapted networks with (a) 2, (b) 3, (c) 4 and (d) 5 tonically spiking neurons present (of 20 total neurons), these three network statistics show statistically significant differences from random networks with the same average connectivity. Note that in the figure, CC is statistic number 4, BC is statistic number 7, and OD is statistic number 14.
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Figure 1: illustrates the regularities in closeness centrality (CC), betweenness centality (BC) and out-degree (OD) distributions in well-adapted networks of LIF neurons. In well-adapted networks with (a) 2, (b) 3, (c) 4 and (d) 5 tonically spiking neurons present (of 20 total neurons), these three network statistics show statistically significant differences from random networks with the same average connectivity. Note that in the figure, CC is statistic number 4, BC is statistic number 7, and OD is statistic number 14.


Evolutionary algorithm search for connectivity patterns conducive to bursting in respiratory neural networks
illustrates the regularities in closeness centrality (CC), betweenness centality (BC) and out-degree (OD) distributions in well-adapted networks of LIF neurons. In well-adapted networks with (a) 2, (b) 3, (c) 4 and (d) 5 tonically spiking neurons present (of 20 total neurons), these three network statistics show statistically significant differences from random networks with the same average connectivity. Note that in the figure, CC is statistic number 4, BC is statistic number 7, and OD is statistic number 14.
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Figure 1: illustrates the regularities in closeness centrality (CC), betweenness centality (BC) and out-degree (OD) distributions in well-adapted networks of LIF neurons. In well-adapted networks with (a) 2, (b) 3, (c) 4 and (d) 5 tonically spiking neurons present (of 20 total neurons), these three network statistics show statistically significant differences from random networks with the same average connectivity. Note that in the figure, CC is statistic number 4, BC is statistic number 7, and OD is statistic number 14.

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