# George L. Gerstein

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^{1}, George L. Gerstein authored at least 17 papers between 1962 and 2016.Collaborative distances:

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## Bibliography

2016

ASSET: Analysis of Sequences of Synchronous Events in Massively Parallel Spike Trains.

PLoS Computational Biology, 2016

2014

Joint Peri Stimulus Time Histogram (JPSTH).

Proceedings of the Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience, 2014

Gravity Analysis of Parallel Spike Trains.

Proceedings of the Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience, 2014

2013

Finding neural assemblies with frequent item set mining.

Front. Neuroinform., 2013

2010

Surrogate Spike Train Generation Through Dithering in Operational Time.

Front. Comput. Neurosci., 2010

2001

Neural assemblies: technical issues, analysis, and modeling.

Neural Networks, 2001

Determination of Response Latency and Its Application to Normalization of Cross-Correlation Measures.

Neural Computation, 2001

2000

Improvements to the Sensitivity of Gravitational Clustering for Multiple Neuron Recordings.

Neural Computation, 2000

1999

The Continuum of Operating Modes for a Passive Model Neuron.

Neural Computation, 1999

A Feedback Model of Attention and Context Dependence in Visual Cortical Networks.

Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 1999

1997

Multiunit Normalized Cross Correlation Differs From The Average Single Unit Normalized Correlation.

Neural Computation, 1997

1994

Rectification of correlation by a sigmoid nonlinearity.

Biological Cybernetics, 1994

1993

A neural network model for texture discrimination.

Biological Cybernetics, 1993

1991

Underestimation of visual texture slant by human observers: a model.

Biological Cybernetics, 1991

Cross-talk theory of memory capacity in neural networks.

Biological Cybernetics, 1991

1983

Design of a laboratory for multineuron studies.

IEEE Trans. Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 1983

1962

Mathematical models for the all-or-none activity of some neurons.

IRE Trans. Information Theory, 1962