Reconstruction of a scalar voltage-based neural field network from observed time series.
We present a general method for reconstruction of a network of nonlinearly coupled neural fields from the observations. A prominent example of such a system is a dynamical random neural network model studied by Sompolinsky et. al [Phys. Rev. Lett., v. 61, 259 (1988)]. We develop a technique for inferring the properties of the system from the observations of the chaotic voltages. Only the structure of the model is assumed to be known, while the nonlinear gain functions of the interactions, the matrix of the coupling constants, and the time constants of the local dynamics are reconstructed from the time series.
Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1711.05423
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