Influence of the average firing rate on a temporal neuron.

Using the original input of 34 spikes in A as a reference,
the average frequency was then decreased by increments of
1 spike by randomly removing the corresponding number of
spikes to reach the desired average frequency. Ten input
patterns were tested per frequency level. For each of these
patterns the maximal response was simulated and an average
calculated per frequency level. The results are shown in Fig
5B dark triangles.

The frequency was then increased from 35 to 70 spikes by
randomly adding the desired number of spikes to the input
pattern. Ten input patterns were tested for each frequency
level. For each of these patterns the maximal response was
simulated and an average calculated per frequency level. The
results are shown in Fig 5B open triangles. We see that
when the input frequency is double (100%) that of the
original, an increase in response of only 7.2% is observed
compared to the original response.

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