Spikes or actions potentials are primary means of conveying information in the nervous system. This chapter examines the coding properties of spike train outputs and the ways in which spikes encode and decode stimuli. It also shows the application of information theory in addressing questions of precision and reliability in spike trains and in evaluating the function of multiple-spike symbols.
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