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Peter Cariani (1994): "Current connectionist thinking holds that neurons send signals to each other by changes in their average rate of discharge. This implies that there is one output signal per neuron at any given time (scalar coding), and that all neuronal specificity is achieved solely by patterns of synaptic connections. However, information can be carried by temporal codes, in temporal patterns of neural discharges and by relative times of arrival of individual spikes. [create Temporal Coding] permits multiplexing of information in the time domain, which potentially increases the flexibility of neural networks."
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