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The information content of Local Field Potentials: experiments and models

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The LFPs is a broadband signal that captures variations of neural population activity over a wide range of time scales. The range of time scales available in LFPs is particularly interesting from the neural coding point of view because it opens up the possibility to investigate whether there are privileged time scales for information processing, a question that has been hotly debated over the last one or two decades.It is possible that information is represented by only a small number of specific frequency ranges, each carrying a separate contribution to the information representation. To shed light on this issue, it is important to quantify the information content of each frequency range of neural activity, and understand which ranges carry complementary or similar information.


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