Modelling and analysis of cortico-hippocampal interactions and dynamics during sleep and anaesthesia
Taxidis, Ioannis (2011) Modelling and analysis of cortico-hippocampal interactions and dynamics during sleep and anaesthesia. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
The standard memory consolidation model assumes that new memories are temporarily stored in the hippocampus and later transferred to the neocortex, during deep sleep, for long-term storage, signifying the importance of studying functional and structural cortico-hippocampal interactions. Our work offers a thorough analysis on such interactions between neocortex and hippocampus, along with a detailed study of their intrinsic dynamics, from two complementary perspectives: statistical data analysis and computational modelling.
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